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Writing Access Macros

Unlike writing a VBA program, where you can be as structured or unstructured as you want, writing a macro tends to be a very regimented process. That sounds like a bad thing, but it isn’t—because this regimentation means that Access macros are easy to learn and you’re far less likely to make programming errors. To get started, use any of the following methods:

  • Select the Macros tab in the Database window and click the New button.

  • Select Insert, Macro.

  • Click Macro in the toolbar’s New Object drop-down list.


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