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Control Wizards Creating Embedded Macros - Not VBA Code

Control Wizards Creating Embedded Macros - Not VBA Code

Control Wizards Creating Embedded Macros - Not VBA Code

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I am using MS Access 2016. My command button wizard creates embedded macros instead of VBA code. I have the "always use event procedures" option checked on under "File/Options/Object Designers" area and I still get macros.

I would really like the wizard to create VBA, if only to save keystrokes.

Any suggestions are welcome.

RE: Control Wizards Creating Embedded Macros - Not VBA Code

Exactly what would you want your macro to do?

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RE: Control Wizards Creating Embedded Macros - Not VBA Code

Does this thread help or did you already try it?

Duane
Minnesota
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MS Access MVP 2001-2016

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