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ms access 2010 + named data macro

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I am currently using a named data macro to insert some data into a table, how would i do this with code instead, the table has 3 parameters.
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In code you have following options:
1. You can create query and run it
2. You can open table and add records to it.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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*open the table
from the ribbon
  * Table Tools > Table
   Named Macro > edit named macro > select the macro
you will now see the codes inside the macro
from here you can see the parameters and the sql statement that add records to the table.
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