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Microsoft Access 2013 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad

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Chapter 4. Creating data macros in web apps

Uses of data macros

Touring the Logic Designer

Working with table events

Working with named data macros

Studying other named data macros

Debugging data macros with the Trace table

Understanding recursion in data macros

Sharing data macro logic

IN Microsoft Access 2013, you can define a data macro to respond to different types of table events that would otherwise require the use of writing macros attached to view and control events. The unique power of data macros in Access 2013 is their ability to automate responses to several types of table events without forcing you to learn a programming language. The event might be a change in the data, the creation of a new record, or even the deletion of an existing record. ...

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