Chapter 12. Introducing the power of macros

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Unlike Excel, which has a macro recording tool that creates code that you can then edit in the VBA editor, Access has two separate approaches to programming. The first is macro programming (there is no recording tool), which comes equipped with a special macro designer and set of macro commands. The second approach is VBA programming, which has an editor and environment very similar to the Excel programming environment. There is a crossover between ...

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