A module is basically a piece of code you use over and over again in an application. If you have multiple formes that use the same code you can create a module and call it from the form without having to manually code each form.
Hi Manny, I'm not really a beginner any more, and so don't profile Access beginners' websites, but there are surely some out there. Learning VBA (the language you use in modules) is best done using the Access online help and a very good book such as the Access developer's handbook.
The website has yet to be invented that would contain all the info you need about VBA. And you already have some of it in your Access help (use the wizards to configure command buttons to see how some of it works), and you can certainly find out the rest of it and more in a good (if expensive) book like that. You'll need a ton of time, though.
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