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

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Chapter 33. Article 6 Macro Actions

This article provides a summary of all the macro actions available in Microsoft Access 2010. The macros are organized in the following functional categories, as listed in the macro action catalog in Access 2010:

  • ADP Objects

  • Data Entry Operations

  • Data Import/Export

  • Database Objects

  • Filter/Query/Search

  • Macro Commands

  • System Commands

  • User Interface Macros

  • Windows Management

Note that you won’t see the ADP Objects category displayed in the Action Catalog unless you are working with an Access Data Project (.adp). The Trusted column indicates whether the macro action is a trusted action that can run even when the database is not trusted. (A macro action that is trusted has a lightning icon next to its name in the Action Catalog.) ...

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