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Some Help on Navigation Categories and Newly Created Queries

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Ok so after extensive searching I have only found one answer to my question. You can not use VBA to auto assign a new item to a category. Which would be awesome but apparently the only way to do so is to do it the the UI.

So my question is, has anybody came up with or know of a simpler solution than having to navigate to unassigned items and manually adding it every time I create one. Its not that big of a deal but I run a command very often that creates 6 new queries every time, and I would like to avoid "cluddering " up my Navigation pane.

Any help would be appreciated.

Sgt B
Jan 1 '12
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If it works at all it would only be for 2007 or later as the MSysNavPane... tables don't exist in a 2002/2003 database :-(
Jan 3 '12 #11
208 New Member
I think I might make the better decision here and leave it alone. Thx for everything.

Sgt B
Jan 3 '12 #12
8,834 Recognized Expert Expert
I would strongly suggest NOT utilizing the System Tables to accomplish your goal, unless you knew in advance the purpose, Data Types, and acceptable Values allowed in each Field.
Jan 3 '12 #13
208 New Member
That is exactly my reason in putting it to rest. I know pretty much nothing about the inner workings of the system tables so I am just gonna put this aside indefinitely.

sgt B
Jan 3 '12 #14
32,584 Recognized Expert Moderator MVP
I think I might make the better decision here and leave it alone
As ADezii so aptly says, unless you are absolutely sure of your ground in that area, this decision sounds eminently sensible.
Jan 3 '12 #15

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