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

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Using Embedded Macros

Access 2010 includes a feature to create embedded macros in the event procedures for forms, reports, and controls. The macros you have been creating and opening thus far in this chapter are macro objects that you can access from the Navigation pane. You save embedded macros, however, within the event procedures for forms and reports. You cannot see or run these macros directly from the Navigation pane. You can think of embedded macros as similar to data macros in that data macros are not objects seen in the Navigation pane; they are attached to table events.

Editing an Embedded Macro

To edit an embedded macro, you must first open a form or report in Design or Layout view. The fdlgNotTrusted form in the Wedding List Macro database ...

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