Access 2013

  1. Returns a Variant of type Integer specifying a whole number between 0 and 59, inclusive, representing the minute of the hour. ...
  2. Returns a Variant of type Integer specifying a whole number between 0 and 59, inclusive, representing the second of the minute. ...
  3. Returns a Variant of type Integer specifying a whole number between 1 and 12, inclusive, representing the month of the year. ...
  4. Returns a Variant of type Integer specifying a whole number between 1 and 31, inclusive, representing the day of the month. ...
  5. Returns a Variant of type String containing an expression formatted according to instructions contained in a format expression. ...
  6. Returns an Integer containing the Boolean value True when the end of a file opened for random or sequential Input has been ...
  7. Returns an Integer specifying the current Input Method Editor (IME) mode of Microsoft Windows; available in East Asian versions ...
  8. Returns estimates of the standard deviation for a population represented as a set of values contained in a specified field ...
  9. Returns estimates of the standard deviation for a population sample represented as a set of values contained in a specified ...
  10. Returns estimates of the variance for a population sample represented as a set of values contained in a specified field on ...
  11. Running Web Compatibility Checker requires the '|0' table to be deleted and re-created. The table cannot be deleted while ...
  12. Runs a macro. You can use this action to run a macro from within another macro, repeat a macro, run a macro based on a certain ...
  13. Runs a Visual Basic Function procedure. To run a Sub procedure or event procedure, create a Function procedure that calls ...
  14. Runs an executable program and returns a Variant of type Double representing the program's task ID if successful, otherwise ...
  15. Runs the specified SQL statement for an action query. Also, runs the specified SQL statement for a data-definition query. ...
  16. Save current app as an App Package (*.app). This package may be submitted to the Office App Marketplace or an internal corporate ...
  17. Save your published database as a local database. The new local database will be disassociated with the Web application on ...
  18. Saving your code in a compiled state will allow it to run faster. To make sure all modules in your database are saved in ...
  19. Searches a text for another text and returns its position if found, starting the search from a specific position in the text. ...
  20. Select a flag option to indicate whether or not you want to gray or ungray (disable or enable), or check or uncheck a menu ...
  21. Select Down to search forward through the records. Select Up to search backward through the records. Select All to search ...
  22. Select fields in the order you want information sorted. For example, you could sort and group values by Country and then ...
  23. Select Previous to search backward from the current record, select Next to search forward from the current record, select ...
  24. Select Prompt to prompt the user to save each changed database object. Select Save All to save all changed objects without ...
  25. Select the data entry mode for the form: Add (to allow adding new records); Edit (to allow editing of existing records or ...
  26. Select the data entry mode for the function: Add (to allow adding new records); Edit (to allow editing of existing records ...
  27. Select the data entry mode for the object: Add (to allow adding new records); Edit (to allow editing of existing records ...
  28. Select the data entry mode for the query: Add (to allow adding new records); Edit (to allow editing of existing records or ...
  29. Select the data entry mode for the table: Add (to allow adding new records), Edit (to allow editing of existing records or ...
  30. Select the data entry mode for the table: Add (to allow adding new records); Edit (to allow editing of existing records or ...
  31. Select the data entry mode for the view: Add (to allow adding new records); Edit (to allow editing of existing records or ...
  32. Select the encoding for output. If this argument is blank and the output format is 'Text Files (*.txt)' or 'HTML (*.htm;*.html)', ...
  33. Select the mode for the Form window: Normal (the form is in the mode set in its form properties); Hidden (the form is hidden); ...
  34. Select the mode for the Report window: Normal (the report is in the mode set in its report properties); Hidden (the report ...
  35. Select the name of the Data Access Page to open. The list shows all Data Access Pages in the current database. Required argument. ...
  36. Select the name of the database diagram to open. The list shows all the diagrams in the current database. Required argument. ...
  37. Select the range to print: All (to print all of the object); Selection (to print the selected part of the object); or Pages ...
  38. Select the record to make current. You can select the first or last record, an earlier or later record (Previous or Next), ...
  39. Select the stored procedure of the table to open. The list shows all stored procedures in the current database. Required ...
  40. Select the toolbar to show or hide. The list shows all built-in toolbars, followed by any custom toolbars defined in the ...
  41. Select the type of format to output the object to. Modules can only be output to Windows(ANSI) Text format. Leave blank to ...
  42. Select the type of format to use for the included object. Modules can be sent only in MS-DOS text format. Leave blank to ...
  43. Select the type of icon to display in the message box: None, Critical, Warning?, Warning!, and Information. Microsoft Windows ...
  44. Select the type of object to import or export. If the other database is a Microsoft Access database, you can import or export ...
  45. Select the type of object to output. To output the active object, select its type with this argument, and leave the Object ...
  46. Select the type of object to save. Leave blank to save the active object. If you leave the Object Type blank, but specify ...
  47. Select the type of object to send. To send the active object, select its type in this argument, and leave the Object Name ...
  48. Select the view in which to open the form: Form view, Design view, Print Preview, Datasheet view, PivotTable view, PivotChart ...
  49. Select the view in which to open the function: Datasheet view, Design view, Print Preview, PivotTable view, or PivotChart ...
  50. Select the view in which to open the query: Datasheet view, Design view, Print Preview, PivotTable view, or PivotChart view. ...
  51. Select the view in which to open the report: Print (to print the report immediately), Report view, Design view, Print Preview, ...
  52. Select the view in which to open the stored procedure: Datasheet view, Design view, Print Preview, PivotTable view, or PivotChart ...
  53. Select the view in which to open the table: Datasheet view, Design view, Print Preview, PivotTable view, or PivotChart view. ...
  54. Select this option to export only the selected records. This option is only available when you export formatted data and ...
  55. Select this option to view the results of the export operation. This option is available only when you export formatted data. ...
  56. Select where in the field to find the data: anywhere in the field (Any Part of Field), filling the entire field (Whole Field), ...
  57. Select Yes for the computer to beep when the message box is displayed (for example, if this is a warning message). Select ...
  58. Select Yes to collate printed copies. Select No to print multiple copies of each page together. Multiple copies may print ...
  59. Select Yes to display an hourglass mouse pointer (or another icon you've chosen). Select No to display the normal pointer. ...
  60. Select Yes to edit the message in the electronic mail application before it is sent. Select No to send the message without ...
  61. Select Yes to import display values instead of lookup IDs. If the Transfer Type argument is set to Link, this argument is ...
  62. Select Yes to import or export only the structure (not the data) of a table. Select No to import or export the table structure ...
  63. Select Yes to make the search case-sensitive (upper-case and lower-case letters must match exactly). Select No to search ...
  64. Select Yes to save the object when closed. Select No to close the object without saving it. Select Prompt to prompt for saving ...
  65. Select Yes to search for the data as it is formatted in formatted fields. Select No to search for the data as it is stored ...
  66. Select Yes to search only in the current field in each record. Select No to search all fields in each record. The Only Current ...
  67. Select Yes to show the toolbar at all times. Select Where Appropriate to show a built-in toolbar only in its normal view. ...
  68. Select Yes to start the appropriate application immediately after the OutputTo action runs, with the file specified in the ...
  69. Select Yes to use the first row of the spreadsheet as field names when importing, exporting, or linking. Select No to treat ...
  70. Select Yes to use the first row of the text file as field names when importing, exporting, or linking. Select No to treat ...
  71. Selects a specified database object so that you can run an action that applies to the object. If the object isn't already ...
  72. Sends keystrokes to (!idspnAccess_NV) or another active application. These keystrokes are processed as if you had pressed ...
  73. Sends keystrokes to Microsoft Access or another active application. These keystrokes are processed as if you had pressed ...
  74. Sets the state of menu items (enabled or disabled, checked or unchecked) on custom menus, including global menus, for the ...
  75. Share.exe or Vshare.386 is missing from your computer; OLE support needs these files to work correctly.@Rerun |9 or Microsoft ...