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Microsoft Access 2013 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad

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Chapter 8. Automating a web app using macros

The macro design surface—an overview

Working with view and control events

Controlling record navigation with macros

Creating an On Start macro

Opening views with OpenPopup actions

Exploring the audit invoices macros

Exploring other named data macro parameter examples

IN Chapter 4 you learned how to create data macros. Data macros interact only at the data layer and can be attached to table events or exist as named data macros. In this chapter, you’ll learn about user interface macros. In Access web apps, you can define a user interface macro to execute tasks you would otherwise initiate with the keyboard or the mouse at the user interface level. The unique power of user interface macros in Access web apps ...

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