How can I create a button in Microsoft Access 2010 with event proceure not [Embedded Macro]?

When I create a button in Microsoft Access 2010 it creates an [Embedded Macro], but I don't want to work with macros, I want to it to be an event procedure. I work with procedures in code builder not with macros.
Is there a solution for that?

Thanks a lot ...
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When you click the builder button, you have three choices - choose code.  You can also set code as the default.  To set code as the default go to file/options/object Designers and check "Always use event procedures.

Keep in mind that the wizards will always generate embedded macros but you can convert them to code by using the icon on the ribbon.

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