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Run qry in order via vba

Posted on 2013-12-05
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Hi Expert's using access 2003

I am trying to automate using the following vba a macro to run the following qys in order..

private sub cmdmybutton ()

Docmd.setWarnings False

Docmd "03 qry_apples"
Docmd "04 qry_oranges"

Docmd.setWarnings True
End Sub

in total I have 11 qry...not sure what I am doing wrong..step by step 8nstruction woukd be great in order to learn.

Bssically I want to call the qry's if its possible in access 2003.
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Your code is close... you just need to use the OpenQuery method


private sub cmdmybutton ()

Docmd.setWarnings False

Docmd.OpenQuery  "03 qry_apples"
Docmd.OpenQuery "04 qry_oranges"
' etc... repeat for all your queries

Docmd.setWarnings True
End Sub

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by:route217
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Excellent thanks always good to learn
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by:route217
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Hi mbizup

just testing the code getting a run time error 7874...saying microsoft office can't find the qry
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by:route217
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Forgot to mention my qry's are in  folder call end to end process in Group left hand plane once access opens up..
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