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AR Adv DB Unit 10

Advanced Database Unit 10

TermDefinition
Macro an action, or a set of actions, that the user can write so it can perform them automatically
Macro group a macro that contains other macros
Switchboard a form that appears when you open a database and that provides controlled access to the database's forms, reports and queries
Argument additional facts the Access need to execute an action, such as what file to open or what to display in the message box
Command button a control on a form or report that starts an action, or set of actions, when you click it
Event is a state, condition, or occurrence. For example, events occur when the user clicks a command button, or presses a key to choose an option
Action an instruction to Access to perform an operation such as open a file, beep, find a record, display a message box, etc.
Created by: Jame Pearce