You may use the database you have already created, or create another one or for that matter you can use one of mine! Other than the one used in my examples!
First Problem: In Access create a from with an event that will cause something to happen - us an IF, a calculation and something else of your choice.
Second Problem: In Visual Basic set up a form to read information from an Access database and display the data on separate fields on the form. Extra credit if you do some calculations.
Third Problem: In Visual Basic set up a form to display the data from an Access database using the ADO and Data Grid that will be discussed in class on Tuesday. If you already did the previous version of the Third Problem you will get extra credit. (Sorry!)