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    How to run a macro when a query is closed (Access 2003)

    I created some macros that I would like to run when I close a query, but it does not have the same events as a form or report. Is there any way to do this?? Thanks, Sarah

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    Re: How to run a macro when a query is closed (Access 2003)

    Welcome to Woody's Lounge.

    In Access, only forms and reports have events, there are no events or triggers for tables and queries. In a database meant for end users, that doesn't matter much, since end users should never work with tables and queries directly.

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    Re: How to run a macro when a query is closed (Access 2003)

    Thanks. That is what I thought. It is just me that uses the database.

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