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Macros are a great tool for developers who want to add functionality and

interactivity to Access databases, without writing any additional code. With macros,

you can take a list of time-consuming processes, such as launching a series of

reports at startup, and run them automatically. This course covers how to build

macros from the Access Actions catalog, adjust the execution and flow of macros with

conditional logic and variables, and string together actions in multi-step

sequences. Instructor Adam Wilbert also dives into macro security and show how to

debug macros, gracefully handle noncritical errors, and leverage data macros to

perform actions-such as logging and validation-when table data is changed.

Topics include:
Creating multi-step macros
Triggering macros
Running macros at startup
Adjusting the execution and flow of macros
Troubleshooting macros

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