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post Dec 22 2007, 12:48 PM

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I initially wrote this little utilty to help me store some MySQL queries that I couldn't quite store natively in Access. Some bits of the of SQL reference web page components, so they aren't "pure" SQL and it was difficult to organize them the way I wanted.
It stores the SQL in a memo field in a table, and (oh yeah wink.gif ) even parses it for you and copies it to the clipboard so you can paste it directly into VBA or whatever web editing software you may have.
**It works equally as well for converting native SQL from Access' query builder into useable VBA strings. Just add your variable name! ("sql =") **
I thought some others may have use for this, so here you go...
Some other nice features that you'll find demonstrated here are:
[*] Filtering a listbox
[*] Use of an unbound main form to bound subform
[*] Master/Child relationship from a listbox to a subform
[*] Making a TAB key work as a standard TAB in a textbox (This one's kinda cool wink.gif )
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Attached File  SQL2VBA.zip ( 25.23K )Number of downloads: 337
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