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

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Creating Web Macros

To create web macros, you need to be working in a web database. Although you can create both client and web macros in a web database, you can create web macros only in web databases, not client databases. Just like client macros, you can create stand-alone web macro objects and embedded web macros in objects; however, there are differences you should be aware of. First, web macros only support 26 macro actions, far less than their client counterparts. (You can review Article 6 for a complete list of the web macro actions available in Access 2010.) Second, several web macro actions have different arguments than the same client macro action. For example, in a client macro, the MessageBox action has four arguments—Message, Beep, ...

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