It’s very strange how Microsoft Access database systems and processes constantly repeat themselves and once again I’m working on some VBA code to communicate with Microsoft Outlook (Email and contact management system).
Here you can see a quick video of such a simple but effective utility I offer (for only the cost of a couple of pints of beer!) – check it out…
Microsoft Access Database Tutorial VBA Code Task Tool To Outlook
The Task Tool utility was built to demonstrate the ease of use and how MS Access VBA code can communicate with other applications (and not necessarily just with Microsoft applications).
My utility comes with instruction notes and the code is left open for you to view and edit to enhance and adapt to your own systems – Click here for the sales offer page.
You can also use the form’s design as a template for your other forms and extend the colour code (VBA) to create a more polished application.
You do not need to know any VBA code – just download and plug in to operate. If however, you have some Access code knowledge, then expand on the simple procedures and make them more globally accessible to other parts of the database system.
Don’t forget to check out my other utilities which all ship with open source code and a money back guarantee plus 30 day free email support. My other Microsoft Access database offers.
So, what do you have to lose? A couple of pints of beer! Have a great week 🙂
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Does your application sync tasks between access and aoutllok?
Hi, This is a very basic tool that demonstrates how Access and Outlook communicate with each other using the Outlook VBA library call and task item.
The code can be extended to include the extra functionality you maybe looking for and I can probably provide some assistance should you need the help.