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6) Once configured the action and its arguments, save the macro.
 
Illustration 5: Save the macro by closing it.
 
7) Open a Blank Form in Design View.
 
8) Expand the Form Footer area.
 
9) Select the Command Button control from the Controls Tab.
 
Illustration 6: Select the button control.  Click here to view larger image.
 
10) Draw the button at the Form Footer area.
 
11) Select the Miscellaneous and Run macro Options from the emerging menu. Press the NEXT button.
 
Illustration 7: Select the Run Macro Action.
 
12) Select the previously saved macro. Press the NEXT button.
 
Illustration 8: Select the recently saved macro.
 
13) Assign a text or an image to the button. Press the NEXT button.
 
Illustration 9: You could configure graphical or textual buttons.
 

 
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