Presentation on theme: "D1 Session 6 Macros. Macros are used to automate your database A named sequence of instructions Each instruction is called an action Each action carries."— Presentation transcript:
Macros are used to automate your database A named sequence of instructions Each instruction is called an action Each action carries out a particular task –E.g. Open a form Each action has arguments that describe how to carry out the task –E.g. the name of the form to open What is a macro?
Directly (from database window or macro design view) –generally for testing Response to event –e.g. button click Automatically when open database –Autoexec Macro Running a macro
Store related macros together Each macro runs independently Use Macro Name column in macro design sheet Each macro has a qualified name –E.g. macFormButtons.Close –In macro object list will be listed as macFormButtons Macro Groups
The result of an action by the user –E.g. clicking a button, opening a form Events are associated with forms, reports and controls Use the objects Event Properties to assign a macro (or VBA procedure) to an event –E.g. to run a macro when a button is clicked assign the macro to the On Click Event property of the button What is an Event?
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