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Old 09-26-2014, 08:18 PM   #1
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Macro to open form

Could I receive a suggestion on how to open a form and run a code, using the Macro

Control + K // run the code // than open the form // VendorPayables_Maintenance_F

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Re: Macro to open form

Create a button on your form and follow the wizard. One of macro actions that you can add is run code.

Don't tell us what did not happen.
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, Incorrect, Wrong, Seems, Without success, It didn't let me, I/it failed.

Do tell us what did happen

I want this ... to happen, I attempted this ..., using this ... code and pressing these buttons, the system did this ... in response, and I got this ... error in this ... line.

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