Microsoft Access: Introduction to Macros and the Macro Designer
Microsoft Access Training Series | Level 4
Duration: 1 day (9 am – 4 pm)
Microsoft® Access® Versions: 2013 | 2016 | 2019 | 365
Delivery Methods (Instructor-led): Live classroom (LC) | Virtual classroom (VC)
Course Dates: June 7, 2021 (Virtual classroom) | View schedule
Course Fee: $245 CDN per person + HST (Virtual classroom), $275 CDN per person + HST (Bring your own device for live classroom courses) or $325 CDN per person + HST (Avantix Learning provides device for live classroom courses)*
Custom training: This course may be delivered at your site or ours as an instructor-led or virtual classroom solution. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information including savings for custom group training.
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Learn to automate your Access databases using the Macro Designer. During this course, students will create, edit, save and run embedded and stand-alone macros using the Macro Designer. Macro groups with submacros as well as conditional macros will be created and triggered using various events, buttons and keyboard shortcuts. Students will create macros that will run automatically on start up and also create global keyboard shortcuts. Dialog box forms will be designed for various types of forms including query forms to run queries and reports and a user log-in form. In addition to user interface macros, data macros will be created in tables. Throughout the course, the instructor will include numerous tips, tricks and shortcuts.
Please note that this is not a Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) course.
Prerequisite: Microsoft Access: Intermediate / Advanced or Microsoft Access: Designing and Automating Fomrs and Microsoft Access: Designing Queries and Reports courses. Alterantively, students must possess the equivalent knowledge and skills covered in these course(s).
Location and timing: Public scheduled courses are held in downtown Toronto and run from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time).
Related training: View all Microsoft Access courses >
INCLUDED IN THIS COURSE
- Comprehensive course manual
- Keyboard shortcuts quick reference
- Sample and exercise files
- Refreshments (for classes conducted in Avantix Learning classrooms)
- Certificate of completion
- Follow-up email support
Using Different Types of Macros in Access
- Overview of user interface macros (UI)
- Creating embedded and stand-alone macros
- Understanding data macros
- Working in the Macro Designer in Access 2010 and later versions
- Running UI macros from the Navigation Pane
Setting up Macro Security and Trust Centre Settings
- Examining Macro security settings
- Setting up trust centre settings
- Creating trusted folders
Working with the Macro Designer
- Creating an embedded macro
- Accessing the Macro Designer
- Adding actions using the drop-down menu or through the Action Catalog in the Macro Designer
- Overview of available actions
- Viewing all actions
- Adding comments
- Specifying arguments for actions
- Reusing macros
- Getting help
- Closing the Macro Designer
- Creating, saving and editing stand-alone macros
Using Events to Trigger Macros
- Using various types of events to trigger macros in different Access objects
- Attaching macros to buttons using events such as On Click
- Attaching macros to control events such as On Enter or On Exit
- Using object events such as On Update or On Close
Creating Macro Groups
- Working with multiple macros in stand-alone macro groups
- Creating submacros
- Naming and renaming submacros
- Saving macro groups
Using Conditions in Macros
- Creating macros that run if certain conditions are true
- Inserting an IF block in the Macro Designer
- Using If, nested IFs and Else/Else If Statements
Creating Special Macros
- Creating macros that run when you open an Access database
- Creating a special macro group to create global shortcut keys
Creating Forms with Macros to Run Queries and Reports
- Creating unbound forms with buttons and various types of controls to run queries and reports using macros
- Using pop up and/or modal options
- Setting default button options
Creating Data Macros in Tables
- Benefits of data macros
- Creating data macros in tables
- Working with triggers
- Using an alias
- Make decisions before inserting or deleting records in a table
Using Variables (Time Permitting)
- Creating temporary variables
- Using temporary variables
- Removing temporary variables
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