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Mon 27 Feb 2012, 16:20 replyReply Delegate Shah said...

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Macro Button

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Tue 28 Feb 2012, 11:21 replyReply Trainer Paul said...

RE: Macro Button

If you wanted to attached a macro button to a form for example you would open the form in design view, select your design tab, click "button" under the controls box and use your mouse to create a button on the form. You will automatically get a wizard open up and give you a number of opens as to what action will occur when you click the button in your form view, this includes assigning a macro.


Access tip:

Create own ribbon tab - Access 2010

a. In Access click on the File tab
b. Select Options from left hand side
c. Choose the Customize Ribbon section
d. Click the New Tab button (below the list of tabs on the right hand side of the dialog box)
e. Select the New Tab (Custom) and enter a name, by clicking the Rename button (below the list of tabs on the right hand side of the dialog box)
f. Select the New Group (Custom) and enter a name, by clicking the Rename button (below the list of tabs on the right hand side of the dialog box)
g. Add commands to your tab and group by locating them on the list on the right hand side (remembering that you can change the list using the drop down box at the top of the list of commands) and clicking the Add button between the two panes to add them to your tab and group
h. You can rearrange the commands in your group, the groups on any tab or the tabs, using the up and down arrow buttons beside the list of tabs.
i. Click OK to apply your changes

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