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How do I run multiple queries at in Access using a macro?

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I have in an Access database, a few queries I want to run but instead of clicking on each one and running them I want to use a macro to run all of them in order.  I tried using the macro builder and the OpenQuery action to run my queries.  The macro runs the first one fine but it doesn't run next one that is in the "action list".  What am I missing?  Thanks.
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