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Is there a way to click a button that will run an querry that will delete a table in access? If so, what is the coding of the querry?

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place this code in the click event of the button

currentdb.execute "drop table tableX"

change tableX with the name of table you want to delete
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to delete "records" from a table

currentdb.execute "delete * from TableX"
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