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I just downloaded the codes for Beginning Access 2007 VBA (ISBN#: 978-0-470-04684-5). How do I view the source code? What application should I use to see the codes?
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When you download the code, it is in a zip file. There is a folder in the file called 11 Final Code. Copy and paste that folder to somewhere on your computer. Then within that folder are Chapter Folders for the databases referred to in the book. Open those databases and look at the code in them based on what the author is telling you in the book. Hit <alt><f11> on any item to view the code associated with it.

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