Hengers were my favorite types.
dude i loved hengars too but my first two or three just got wiped
salad for dinner, that's good
but it's dq salad, that's bad
but it has plenty of protein, that's good
it also has 1000g of sodium, that's bad
i need some bluetooth headphones
i bought some bluetooth headhpones
I bought three shiny new books.
and how shiny are we talking here
The Access Bible. I mean it has bible In the name so it’s holy shiny
Excel business modelling and analytics, ok it’s not that shiny, but it is handy
Microsoft Office VBA programming, again not shiny but it makes other stuff really shiny.
I thought they were all shiny to begin with because they were next to the bible. Cheapskate marketeres
Last edited by Ember Nazarick; 02-10-2018 at 03:17 PM.
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can make some really handy stuff in excel and vba
access i know next to nothing about
my arms are tired*
*because i just flew in from california (but not really)
I’m working with Access quite a bit at work so I need to learn loads about it. While C# can be used it costs so I need to learn VBA more thoroughly. Especially when it deals with word, excel, outlook, and access.
It appears we are going to need to take advantage of everything Access has to offer.
Interesting enough you can use VBA to add to a Power Point presentation too.
Those books were 50 bucks each
VBA doesn’t seem to be a popular programming language to learn, but I’d say it’s the most valuable for a small to medium size business that uses Microsoft products and has a small supporting IT staff.
Access is a light duty relational database.
Though it’s true strength is probably as a database interface since you can use sql and VBA together. Pending on the information you need it’s good to have both available to utilize.
oh wait, now that you mention what access is, i do remember using it in school a few times
aren't vba and c# pretty similar?
i vaguely remember vba
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