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Microsoft Access 2010:  Can I activate / deactivate or rem and unrem code sections in standard code modules with VBA? Can I set References with VBA?
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Microsoft Access 2010:  Can I activate / deactivate or rem and unrem code sections in standard code modules with VBA? Can I set References with VBA?
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Yes you can ... as a starter check out Chip Pearson page, (excel focus BUT the techniques are the same):

http://www.cpearson.com/excel/vbe.aspx

ANything specific thereafter we can no doubt advise on.

Chris
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Perfect, thank you!
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