Native HTML Editor for MS Access

Zoople Native MS Access HTML5 Editor (including source code)

A HTML5 Editor designed specifically for Microsoft Access (x86 & x64).

Written using the inbuilt Access webbrowser control it requires no additional 3rd party ActiveX controls. It is designed for both 32 bit and 64 bit Microsoft Access for Office 2010 thru to the current Microsoft Access 2019 / Office 365. It is written entirely in VBA, using only the inbuilt Microsoft Access form controls.

Complete VBA Source Code

The licensed version includes the complete VBA source code, and includes support for 12 months from the date of purchase. Distribution of the source code in your accde or mde is royalty-free.

We do provide integration support when first integrating the VBA code into your Access front-end. If you have any questions regarding integrating the code please contact us here.  

The licensed package includes:

  • Complete VBA source code (accdb and mdb versions) for both 32 bit and 64 bit Microsoft Access
  • Source code for example implementations - mail merge, CSS, data-binding
  • Integration assistance via email (or via e-meeting consultation on a charge per hour basis)


The editor supports:

  • HTML5 markup
  • CSS3 styles
  • Image and hyperlink customtisation
  • Tables and context menu functions (insert,delete rows and columns)
  • A CSS3 style builder
  • Predefined CSS that can be applied to the control (i.e. default fonts, colors etc.)
  • Customisable right-click context menus
  • Programmatic access to the HTML DOM via VBA
  • Inline spell checking and error highlighting, spelling suggestions dialog and drop down menu, autocorrect
  • Also included is a framework for Master-Detail HTML format reporting. 

Example Implementation

Minimum requirements for MS-Access demos and source code

mde version - Access 2010 SP2 or Access runtime 2010 SP2 / MS Access (full version) 2010 SP2 or greater

accde version - Access 2016 / 2019 / 2021 / Access O365

all versions (accdb, accde, mdb, mde) - Spelling checking requires MSWord - an instance of MSWord runs invisibly providing spell checking and spelling suggestions.