Microsoft Access Macros

Access Database Macros

Microsoft Access Macros

Access Database Macros

Macro Development in your Access Database can be a powerful way of doing some fairly complex tasks without having to write any Module Code. Macros are used in many different areas of an Access Database: Forms and Modules (VBA Code) can all make use of Macros. Macros can also be run stand-alone making Macros a very versatile object in an Access Database. The experts at WSI have designed thousands of Macros in all kinds of situations. This vast experience will help guarantee that you get a properly setup database.

Even if you have already started to develop some Macros, we can still help out. If you get stuck on how to setup a Macro or how to setup a special field or simply just want your existing Macros reviewed to make sure they are as effecient as possible, we can help.

Macro Design can be challenging and frustrating, so please Contact us today to get started on Access Database Macro Design and we'll help get you on the path to success!

Microsoft Access Macros Common Questions

We have a number of macros to develop, but think we can do most of them after we see how one is done - can you help?

WSI prides itself in being flexible and able to fit into your organization in many different ways. One of these is playing whatever role, whether large or small, you wish for us to play. We can help with just the piece of the puzzle that is proving to be a challenge or we can take on an entire project if the workload is just too much. We can develop a single macro for you or we can do them all - whatever is your preference. Contact us today for a free estimate to begin to see how WSI can help you.

We have some very complex macros to develop - can Microsoft Access handle that?

The macro engine in Microsoft Access is a very powerful tool. We've been able to generate just about every macro that a client has requested with Microsoft Access. Contact us today for a free estimate to begin to see how WSI can help you.

We are getting an error when we run a macro and it's causing problems in our Microsoft Access database - what can we do?

Unfortunately, one of the major drawbacks to macros is that you can't do any kind of error trapping in macros directly. Because of this, we normally will recommend that the macro code be converted to Module (VBA) code which can be error trapped. Contact us today for a free estimate to begin to see how WSI can help you.

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