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Part III: Office 2003 Customization Tricks > Taking Advantage of Access Macros

Chapter 13. Taking Advantage of Access Macros

IN THIS CHAPTER

Writing Access Macros

Associating Macros with Events

Troubleshooting Macros

Summary of Macro Actions

As you learned in Chapter 11, “Maximizing Office with VBA Macros,” a macro is a series of statements packaged as a procedure or function. In an Access database, you can also create a second type of macro that’s a series of actions—such as opening a form, applying a filter, and displaying a message—packaged as a single database object. In this case, when the user runs the macro, Access executes each of the defined actions in the order specified within the macro.


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