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

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Adding and Deleting Macro Actions

Macros are a great way to do whatever you want with Access, but there may be times when you want to extend a macro’s capabilities. Perhaps you forgot to open a form in your macro, want to open a new form you just created, or just want to add a blank line to the design grid so your macro is easier to read. To add a blank line to a macro, all you need to do is click the Insert Rows button. By the same token, you can remove an existing action or blank line from a macro by clicking the Delete Rows button. None of your changes is finalized until you save the macro, so if anything goes wrong, you can close the macro without saving your changes.

Insert a Macro Step

  1. If necessary, in the Navigation Pane, click the Macros ...

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