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Access 2007, invoke Manage Replies wizard via on form cmb

Posted on 2010-08-23
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Hello all,

I am working on a local DB that will be used to track some training.  I would like to use the built in automation of the e-mail data collection capabilities. I have the structure and forms complete, I am just trying to make it so that my user does not have to navigate the ribbon to get to the Manage Replies wizard.

I have a cmbSendMail on my form, that I need to invoke the wizard.  I did some digging around MS, and TechNet but came up with very little that was helpful.

Thanks.

TLH
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Not much documentation available on how to do, but see this link for a good starting point:
         http://blogs.msdn.com/b/access/archive/2009/02/09/automate-data-collection-forms-using-vba.aspx
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I looked over the msdn article, like you said there really isn't a lot of infor out there.  I think that might be a good start, if I can find the time to play with all of the different aspects metioned therein.

I am going to leave this question open for a bit to see if someone finds that magic nugget of info.

Thanks puppydogbuddy

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After doing some reading and looking into it, I think this would be much more work than it is worth at the moment.  Thank you both for your participation, I will be splitting the point between the two of you.

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