Programming in Access 2007 - Getting started.

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Programming in Access 2007 - Getting started.

Modules, like macros, are objects that serve to increase the functionality of the data base.
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  • Submitted on: 2008-04-15 06:29:06

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Macros in Access can be considered like a simplified programming language that can be used to increase the functionality of the data base. For example, it can enclose a macro to a command button in a form, so the macro is executed when clicking in the button. The macros contain actions that make tasks, like opening a report, executing a query or to close the data base. Almost all the operations of data bases that normally are made manually can automate by means of macros, thus saving time.    More detail...

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