|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the modMacros module.|
|MacroNamesToArray||Procedure||Loads an array with the names of all the macros in the current database.|
|MacroNamesToString||Procedure||Populate a string with the names of all the macros in the current database.|
|RunAMacro||Procedure||Run a macro and trap for errors. If an error occurs while running the macro, a value of False is returned. If no errors
occur, a value of True is returned. For more advanced use, you use the full syntax of the DoCmd RunMacro command: Syntax: DoCmd RunMacro
MacroName, RepeatCount, RepeatExpression where:
' Example of modMacros ' ' To try this example, do the following: ' 1. Create a new form in your copy of Sample.mdb (in the Total Visual SourceBook sample directory). ' 2. Create a command button 'cmdTest' ' 3. Paste this code into the form's module Private Sub Form_Open(Cancel As Integer) cmdTest.Caption = "Test Access macro functions" End Sub Private Sub cmdTest_Click() Dim astrNames() As String Dim strNames As String Dim intCount As Integer Dim intCounter As Integer ' Example of MacroNamesToArray intCount = MacroNamesToArray(astrNames) Debug.Print "Macro Names:" For intCounter = 0 To intCount - 1 Debug.Print intCounter & ": " & astrNames(intCounter) Next intCounter ' Example of MacroNamesToString intCount = MacroNamesToString(strNames, ";") Debug.Print "Macro Names: " & strNames ' Example of RunAMacro RunAMacro "Macro1" End Sub
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