Running a Microsoft Access Macro from Microsoft Excel

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Summary

This article contains an example to demonstrate how Microsoft Excel can run a Microsoft Access macro using Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) and Visual Basic, Applications Edition, code.

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This example starts Microsoft Access, loads a database and then runs a macro in the Microsoft Access database.


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  1. In Microsoft Excel, choose New from the File menu.
  2. From the Insert menu, choose Macro, and then choose Module.
  3. Enter the following information into the Module sheet (you will need to alter the macro to specify the appropriate locations for the files on your computer):

          Sub Run_Access_Macro()

    'Opens Microsoft Access and the file nwind.mdb
    Shell("c:\access\msaccess.exe c:\access\sampapps\nwind.mdb")
    'Initiates a DDE channel to Microsoft Access
    Chan = DDEInitiate("MSACCESS", "system")
    'Activates Microsoft Access
    Application.ActivateMicrosoftApp xlMicrosoftAccess
    'Runs the macro "Sample AutoExec" from the NWIND.MDB file
    Application.DDEExecute Chan, "Sample AutoExec"
    'Terminates the DDE channel
    Application.DDETerminate Chan

    End Sub
  4. To run the macro, choose Macro from the Tools menu. Select the appropriate macro name and then click the Run button.
The macro shown above will also work between Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access for Windows 95 if you change the initial Shell command so that it includes the correct path to the Microsoft Access executable (MSACCESS.EXE).

References

Microsoft Access README.TXT
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ID članka: 131921 – Zadnji pregled: 11. jun. 2007 – Revizija: 1

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