stored procedures in access?

Is there something similar to stored procedures in Access where i can pass parameters etc?
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If using office 2010 and above you should be able to:

CREATE PROCEDURE procedure [param1 datatype[, param2 datatype[, …]] AS sqlstatement

Refer below MSDN link below for more information :
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
in access you can create a Sub procedure or Function, both can accept parameters.
- functions can return values while sub procedure can't.

what are you trying to do?
vbnetcoderAuthor Commented:
I was hoping to create something simular to the stored procedures that you have in Access.  I might have to do it the way you suggested though which should work fine
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
Access queries can also accept parameters.

in the design view of the query, click the parameters icon in the ribbon Show/hide group

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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
No Points wanted...

Agree with Rey,
But you still have not told us exactly what you are trying to do.

You can "simulate" stored procedure functionally in many ways in Access (as Rey listed)
But we need to know exactly what you are trying to accomplish here.
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