Running an Access program within an Access program

Running an Access program within an Access program

Post by Shanno » Wed, 23 Jun 2004 04:22:14

I have a macro that will open Access Prgm 2 from Access
Prgm 1. How would I also run a macro from Access Prgm 2
and return to Access Prgm 1? Is there a possible way to
run this macro located in Access Prgm 2 without even
opening that database while being in Access Prgm 1?

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