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Why use macros?

Why use macros?: Access 2019: Macros
Why use macros?: Access 2019: Macros

Macros, like tables, queries, forms, and reports, are an important component of an Access database. They help drive interactions in the system, such as navigating between forms or modifying data in a table. Macros differ from Visual Basic code modules in that they won’t typically trigger security warnings in the database and don’t require developers to read or write code.

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