Can a Macro be created in Access 2007 by RECORDING the steps?

Posted on 2009-04-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Can a Macro be created in Access 2007 by RECORDING the steps?
Question by:Krista_Grubb

    Accepted Solution

    Yes, once you record, you may also want to go back in and edit the recorded macro, remove anything that isn't required.  I would often record the macro, then edit, and copy to a button I create.

    Author Comment

    Eightedge, Thanks for the information.  Can you tell me HOW to record a macro in Access 2007.  I can't seem to find the menu item that starts and/or stops a recorder.  Thanks!

    Author Closing Comment

    I wasn't told HOW to record a macro.

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