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30-Sep-2017 20:47

Don't forget error handling & turn the screen on before you try to msgbox an error or exit the sub.There may also be a way to execute a macro from VBA using the Do Cmd method, but I'm not familiar with doing that. Cause when i replicate the same thing in another project, everything looks good. Wonder if the Transparence on labels can cause the problem. This CPTE Certified Penetration Testing Engineer course covers everything you need to know about becoming a Certified Penetration Testing Engineer. Is their a way of turning off screen updating, so that whatever I am doing the screen truly does not update?The problem is that the user can see the code module a few seconds before the table is opened.

They should be navigating and accessing the data through forms. If you do not turn if back on your users will have all kinds of problems with your db. Echo True in that sub or functions error handler to ensure that Echo is turned back on just incase there is a runtime error within that sub or function.

Hi all, I have a macro that executes ~200 queries which modify the data, create some tables etc.

The macro runs when the user clicks a button on a form.

I've never done this, but if you can do it in Excel, you can more than likely do it in Access. And since you can reference specific libraries, you should be able to call on the same objects and/or event procedures.

I'm running a macro that has to open and run code from a module, then open a table after it's done.

They should be navigating and accessing the data through forms. If you do not turn if back on your users will have all kinds of problems with your db. Echo True in that sub or functions error handler to ensure that Echo is turned back on just incase there is a runtime error within that sub or function. Hi all, I have a macro that executes ~200 queries which modify the data, create some tables etc.The macro runs when the user clicks a button on a form.I've never done this, but if you can do it in Excel, you can more than likely do it in Access. And since you can reference specific libraries, you should be able to call on the same objects and/or event procedures.I'm running a macro that has to open and run code from a module, then open a table after it's done.Everyone I have talked to has advised me to avoid using macros when possible.