Automating Access Databases with Macros
Do More in Less Time.
While working with your databases, you might have tasks or actions that you perform over and over.
Instead of performing the 15 steps it takes to complete the task, you can create a macro that does them for you.
In Microsoft Office Access, macros can be created to:
- open forms
- print reports
- find & filter records
- validate data
- populate other tables
- e-mail and more More
A lot has changed with macros in Microsoft Office Access.
While there are many books available on how to use Microsoft Office Access 2010 and 2013, most just have a couple of pages on how to create one macro.
This is why I created this step-by-step illustrated guide.
I teach adult software courses, and you just can’t go by the book.
Many students would get frustrated by the lack of macro exercises and examples – and so would I.
So I started creating my own to supplement the materials in the class.
I gathered some of the most popular examples to share with you.
We all know that using Microsoft Office Access can take some time.
Why not make it easier on yourself, make it easier on your co-workers?
Learn how to create macros today.
Learn how to attach macros to forms and reports.
Also learn the latest feature – Data Macros.
The examples in this guide can be used to create macros in Microsoft Office Access 2010 as well as 2013.
So learn how to do more with less time.
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