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Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007 Plain & Simple by Curtis D. Frye

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Defining Macro Groups

After you get the hang of creating macros and discover how much time they can save you, you’ll probably create lots of macros to print table contents, import data, or run searches. Managing dozens of macro files can take lots of time and energy, but there is an easier way! If you create a series of macros that are related by the objects they work on or the actions they perform, you can save the macros in a single file and identify individual macros by their name. In a way, defining a macro group is like having a bunch of files in a directory—when the macros are grouped by theme, or by the name of the form from which they run, they’re that much easier to find.

Create a Macro Group

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