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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Chapter 7. Creating Table Data Macros

In Microsoft Access 2010, you can define a data macro to respond to different types of table events that would otherwise require the use of writing Microsoft Visual Basic code or the creation of macros attached to forms and reports. The unique power of data macros in Access 2010 is their ability to automate responses to several types of table events without forcing you to learn a programming language. The event might be a change in the data, the creation of a new record, or even the deletion ...

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