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2011-12-09 Article Layout Guidelines

The Wiki Moderators have undertaken a project to define a set of UA Wiki Guidelines for content contributions. This should help make the look and feel of all pages consistent with each other, providing a better reader experience, as well helping for contributors.

Currently the project is just underway, with the guidelines still being defined. You can follow the progress by periodically checking in on the page(s) while we work on it. We'll post another notice when the guidelines are complete, and as always, feel free to offer opinions!

2011-05-15 New Sections: Class Library and API Declarations

The UA Wiki introduces two new main categories: the Class Library and API sections. The Class Library is a list of example classes and demostration databases. The API section provides VB7 API declarations along with Structures, Constants and Callbacks for quick reference.

2011-05-10 Things To Do

A To-Do section has been added to the main page, giving us an easy reference for locating content that might need some work. Articles in these categories are ideal if you have a few minutes to proof read some text for typos or create a new wanted page. See the help page for instructions on how to add a page to the review and completion lists if you see a page that should be included.


The Articles section contains writeups on a wide variety of Access topics

Function Library

The Function Library contains single procedures of VBA code that can be used in your projects

API Reference

The quick reference API, Structure, Constant and Callback declarations will help you get your API solutions rolling as soon as possible. Each VB7 declaration example includes a link to the MSDN Documentation

Class Library

The Class Library contains code and demonstration examples of various class modules and their usage.

Code Archive

The Code Archive contains working examples and demonstrations of functionalities submitted by it's users. The content is on the Forum side of UtterAccess

Error Codes

This section contains a list of common error codes and information regarding the cause and resolution of them

Completion Required

These articles have been marked by the author as severely lacking. Stop in and help out by adding content.

Review Required

These articles have been flagged by authors or readers as requiring review. Take a skim through to see if it looks ok to you and remove the flag if it is.

Wanted Pages

The pages in this list are linked to elsewhere in the UA Wiki but do not yet exist. There's always plenty here, and even a short starter paragraph is helpful!

Dead Ends

The power of a wiki lies in it's ability to continuously link to more and more subjects. These pages have no links in them, and you can make a difference just by adding links to existing text, whether or not the linked page exists yet.

UA Wiki Help

Help Topics that have been written and tested specifically for the UA Wiki

Contribution Guide

A quick start guide on editing and contributing content to the UA Wiki

Markup Listing

An alphabetical listing of common wiki markups, tasks and techniques

MediaWiki Help

The UA Wiki is powered by MediaWiki whose help contents are here. Be careful of cross-version discrepancies when referring to external help

Terms of Use

The UA Wiki Terms of Use are identical to the Forum Terms. Scroll to the bottom of the page to read them


The Creative Commons Share-Alike License allows you to use Function Library entries in your applications


The Wiki Moderation Team is here to answer questions comments or concerns

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