Using a Macro to run code in a form

pianoman11686

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I have a database with 5 different forms, each of which has a unique code that runs on the data. Right now, the way to run the code is opening each form separately, and clicking on the pop-up button to run. How do I create a macro that would open all the forms (in a specific order) and run all 5 pieces of code?
 

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Ian Mac

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Hi,

Why do you need to open the forms to run code on the data.
Can you give an example of the code you are using with each form.

Cheers,
 

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