Now that you have some idea of where Access macros are used, let us take a look at how they are created by using the Macro Builder.
First, let us take a look at this MouseOver of the Access Macro Builder, showing you how to open the Clients form by using a macro.
Access Macro Builder
To create a new macro in Access, follow the steps below:
Click the Macros list in the Database window.
Click the New button. You will be presented with a blank Macro Builder.
Specify the Macro Name.
Pick the Macro Action to perform.
Type in a comment to document your macro.
Fill in the Action Arguments.
You have now completed the macro.
There are 54 possible macro actions that you can use, which allow you to automate transferring objects back and forth between your database
and another Access database or file format.
For help on any of the actions select the item from the list and press F1.
In the next lesson, you will learn how to assign a macro to a command button on a form by using the OnClick event of a command button..
Click the link below to practice creating a macro that displays a message box then opens a form.
Message Boxes Forms Macro