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Adding a "Compile and Save" Button To A Form

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Randy,
I dont get it --you "compile and save VBA code. You put data into
tables using forms?

Nov 13 '05 #2

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re****************@hotmail.com writes:
Randy,
I dont get it --you "compile and save VBA code. You put data into
tables using forms?


Hi,

The situation is that I have an Access database in which I have
implemented (with help from folks in this group) module import and
export functions. I now maintain the code under version control
external to the database. So when I make changes, I do it to the
external module file, not to the module within Access. I have a button
that can "import" data modules - What I'd like to do now is make a
button that does an "import and compile" in one fell swoop.

Is there no way to compile VBA code from a form?
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Nov 13 '05 #3

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Randy Yates <ya***@ieee.org> writes:
re****************@hotmail.com writes:
Randy,
I dont get it --you "compile and save VBA code. You put data into
tables using forms?


Hi,

The situation is that I have an Access database in which I have
implemented (with help from folks in this group) module import and
export functions. I now maintain the code under version control
external to the database. So when I make changes, I do it to the
external module file, not to the module within Access. I have a button
that can "import" data modules - What I'd like to do now is make a
button that does an "import and compile" in one fell swoop.

Is there no way to compile VBA code from a form?


Hello? Is this thing on?
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Randy Yates
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications
Research Triangle Park, NC, USA
ra*********@sonyericsson.com, 919-472-1124
Nov 13 '05 #4

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