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Access 2003: Create a Macro

Access 2003: Create a Macro

Macros are terrific for automating repetitive tasks but they also work really well when adding automation to your Access forms. For instance, with a macro, you can create a button on a form that opens another form or closes the open form which allows you to add a little bit of interactivity, or automation, for your users.

All macros are designed from the Macro window.

Figure 81. Macro Window

  1. Click the Macro command in the Other group on the Create tab
  3. Add the Macro actions
  5. Click the Save command on the toolbar
  7. Name the macro
  9. Click OK