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how to crate macro button
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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.
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Create own ribbon tab - Access 2010
a. In Access click on the File tab