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First MACRO executed in an Access application

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Hi;;
Can someone give me the name for the first macro executed when an Access application is
opened? Its is AutoExec; AutoOpen; Open or something else?

For some reason I cant find that information, and am finding that Microsoft does not
appear have a standard naming convention in this area.

Regards

John Baker
Jan 11 '06 #1
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John Baker <jo********@comcast.net> wrote in
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Hi;;
Can someone give me the name for the first macro executed when
an Access application is opened? Its is AutoExec; AutoOpen;
Open or something else?

For some reason I cant find that information, and am finding
that Microsoft does not appear have a standard naming
convention in this area.

Regards

John Baker


It's AutoExec unless you specify a different macro in the command
line call to start Access. See the help on Command Line Options

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Bob Quintal

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Jan 11 '06 #2

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