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Once you exit out of Microsoft Visual Basic window (as you did in the previous article), you will be back in the MS Access Module section where you can see the name of your module. Underneath this name there is same code. To access the code window again or in other words to open 'auto_login' module in MS Visual Basic window.
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Automate applications with macros in Access 2007

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If you have been using Access in the past, the easiest way to automate the tasks would have been by using the macros. On the other hand, programmers might have realized that writing VBA (visual basic for applications) modules is the best way to automate things in any Access database.
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Using Northwind DB template and modifying but getting errors

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Could someone please help me with streamlining Northwind DB for my use? I imported some of the queries and setup similar tables and imported all of the modules/macros. But I only need to be able to enter customers, products and order. I don't need the whole inventory, shippers, purchase orders part.

But now when I go to do something like add a new order, some things don't work, like selecting a customer. ex. when I try to add a new order and select the customer drop down arrow I get the message "The record source '~sq_cOrder Details~sq_cCustomer ID' specified on this form or report does not exist." Or if I want to view an invoice, it wants shippinginformation.

Maybe I should cut out some of the macros/modules but don't know enough to do that correctly.

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The error on the macros says that steps won't work if the database is not trusted.

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I'm trying to devise a way to export code in an Access database as text such that I can use Csv meaningfully when I make changes. reports and modules, butalso the connection strings and SQL commands for queries, and the list of commands in all macros.

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Does VB6 have that query object panel? if not, is there a way for that to appear or to have there

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