Converting VBA to Macro (1 Viewer)

Kundan

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How to convert a VBA code to a Macro. Is there any built in facility?
 

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No built in facility to go this way because vba can do more than macros.
 

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Give us the big picture of what you are trying to do. As Dbguy said, this is unusual--VBA is more powerful and works in more situations than macros.
 

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My guess is it might have something to do with the other thread were macros work in accde, but VBA doesn't.
 

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WTF? It's too early in the morning! I just seen, the Question is the other way round!

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In my own defence, I've never heard that question asked before!
 

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Kundan, the problem with converting VBA code to a Macro is that the things a Macro can do are more limited than the things that VBA can do, so it becomes a real problem to do the conversion. Not everything you can do in VBA is even possible in a Macro.

Can you perhaps tell us WHY you want this? Then we might be able to advise you better.
 

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Hello friends,
You can convert a macro to VBA code. But as our plog friend said, VBA is from macros
is much more powerful. I want to talk about an issue in Access's definition. MS Access offers you a number of wizards for programming,
You write in a database with the help of wizards, almost without writing code. Likewise, you just write a simple database using only macros.
So what do you do when things get a little more complicated?
Of course, it is time to take advantage of the power of VBA.
As a result, you must master VBA and SQL language beyond Macros and Wizards to gain full control of Access.
 

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