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

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Using Macro Objects for Common Functionality

You can create embedded web macros in the event procedures for web forms and web form controls similar to client macros. As you’ll recall from Chapter 20, you cannot see or run embedded macros directly from the Navigation pane. When you are working within Access, you can run a saved web macro object from the Navigation pane. However, as you’ll learn in Chapter 22, you can run web macro objects only by calling them from event procedures when you’re using your web database in a browser. As an application developer, this means you’ll be working with web form events, web control events, and embedded web macros heavily as you automate your web database for use in a browser.

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