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Posted on 2008-10-29
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Is there a way to do Select Case in a Macro?  Or if I Have a message saying do you want to run this and they say not it will stop the rest of the macro from running?

2007 is createing macro when I create a button to run a query, but I am not real sure how to do some of the things I used to do in code.  

Thanks, Pat
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I *think* ... that in A2007, something like this can now be done.  I don't have A2007 loaded at the moment.

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Why not use the macro to RunCode?  And the function named in RunCode has the Select Case?
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That should work.  

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Thanks, glad to help.

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