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Q1:What types of applications most benefit from the use of macros?
A1: Single-user or small departmental applications most benefit from the use of macros.
Q2:What are some of the main limitations of macros?
A2: You cannot include error handling, user-defined functions, variables, parameters, OLE automation, DDE, transaction processing, or Windows API functions within macros. Macros do not allow you to process table records a row at a time or create database objects at runtime. It is also much more difficult to debug macros than it is to debug VBA code.
Q3:What is the purpose of the Macro Names column of a macro?
A3: The Macro Names column allows you to place multiple routines in one macro.


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