application by defining application objectives and requirements and by using external data
Navigate from one form to another in data-entry mode by using a command
Automate a form designed as a dialog box by using a macro group.
Create and modify a Switchboard form by using the Switchboard Manager.
Customize forms by creating custom toolbars and menus.
Create a form to use as a splash screen on application startup by setting properties
and writing Visual Basic for Applications code.
Identify elements of Visual Basic for Applications syntax and decide where to place
code by examining a standard function, a module-level function, and an event procedure,
including an event procedure to display a Web page in a Web Browser control on a form.
Secure an application by defining application-level and file-level security, by
creating a workgroup information file, and by setting a database password.