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Use custom functions in queries

Use custom functions in queries: Access 2016: Advanced Tips and Tricks
Use custom functions in queries: Access 2016: Advanced Tips and Tricks

Once the custom public functions have been defined in a Visual basic module, such as the MyFunctions module created in the last movie, they can be used throughout the database. In this movie, Adam demonstrates how to use the two custom functions to modify the data gathered in a query and displayed in a report.

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Business Developer Web Databases Access Microsoft Office

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