|Design an application by defining
application objectives and requirements and by using external data sources.
Navigate from one form to another in data-entry mode by using a command button.
Automate a form designed as a dialog box by using a macro group.
modify a Switchboard form by using the Switchboard Manager
Create and use custom toolbars and menus by using the Customize dialog box.
Create a form to use as a splash screen on application startup by setting properties
and writing Visual Basic code.
Identify elements of Visual Basic for Applications syntax and decide where to place
code by examining a global function, a module-level function, and an event
Secure an application by defining application-level and file-level security, by
creating a workgroup information file, and by setting a database password.