You could create a new db with a 'Make Table Query' (which makes the table in your current db), and form which runs your macro on opening. Set the form to open on startup and set the form timer to "Quit" the database after 1min (or however long it takes to run your macro). Then place the new db in the Windows Scheduler.
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Last edited by IMO; 06-04-2003 at 11:56 PM.