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Custom button on toolbar for Query Design View

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Conan Kelly, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Conan Kelly

    Conan Kelly
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    Hello all,

    50-75% of the work I do in MS Access is creating temporary/stored queries in Query Design View. I've noticed that if I click the
    "New Object" button's drop down and click Query, it will open Query Design View with the query/table I had selected already in the
    "?diagram?" section of the query designer. That worked okay.

    Later I added the "New Object: Query" button to the toolbar. That eliminated one small step and works a little bit better. But I
    still have to deal with the "New Query" dialog box asking me if I want to create it in Design View or use one of the wizards.

    What I would like to do is create a custom button that will take me directly into Query Design View with the selected table/query
    already showing, completely bypassing that "New Query" dialog box.

    Can this be done? Any help creating this will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks for any help anyone can provide,

    Conan Kelly
     
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