Tutorials: Access 2010 Macro Designer

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In this episode, Kerry Westphal gives a quick tour of the macro designer and how to write logic for Access Services/SharePoint databases. The macro designer is a revamped editor that allows you to automate repetitive tasks, wire together forms and reports to create productive UI, and implement business logic in Access databases. For web databases, UI macros are translated into JavaScript in the browser and data macros are translated to workflows in SharePoint.



For additional information about the latest release, check out the Access 2010 Intro series on the Access team blog.



 

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