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Adding dropdown menu to run macro or procedure

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Hi

What is the quickest way to add a dropdown menu that runs a macro or procedure in Access.

Thanks in advance
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Question by:Murray Brown
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by:peter57r
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Hi murbro,
Are you saying your drop down list is a list of macros?

Pete
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by:Murray Brown
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Hi Pete

Yes
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murbro,
All you need then is this:

DoCmd.RunMacro me.comboname

It goes in the afterupdate event procedure of the combo.

Pete
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by:Murray Brown
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Great
thanks very much Pete
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