Total Visual CodeTools supports all VBA/VB6 hosts, including Visual Basic 6.0 (VB6) and Microsoft Office (including Microsoft Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, etc.). Loaded directly into the Integrated Development Environment (IDE), Total Visual CodeTools gives you a rich set of coding tools to increase your productivity and make your entire development team more effective.
Total Visual CodeTools does not appear on my Access Add-ins menu.
Total Visual CodeTools is an add-in for your module editor. It appears in the VBA module editor. To use Total Visual CodeTools in Access, open any module (or press Alt-F11) to open the VBA editor.
If Total Visual CodeTools is properly installed, it appears on the menu as "Total Visual CodeTools".
Under the Total Visual CodeTools standards, you can modify the location where it appears so that it can also appear under the Add-ins or Tools menus.
If you still can't find the Total Visual CodeTools menu item, it may be temporarily disabled. Look under Add-ins, Add-in Manager to find "Total Visual CodeTools 2010" then change the Load Behavior to Startup/Loaded. If it's not on the list, it's not installed properly. You may need to uninstall and reinstall it.