Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Designing Custom Web Apps
Macros Actions Available in a Custom Web App
Customizing the mini toolbar
When Access creates the views, it adds a mini toolbar with Add, Delete, Edit,
Save, and Cancel buttons. To customize the toolbar, you simply open the
view in Design view and customize the buttons:
✦ To remove one of the buttons that Access added, click once to select the
button and then press the Delete key.
✦ To change the order of the buttons, click and drag them to new locations.
✦ To add a new button, click the plus sign to the right of all the buttons;
click the new button; and then click the Data Properties icon to
customize the button (Control Name, Tooltip, Icon, or On Click macro).
For information about the properties of a control, see “Editing views,” earlier
in this chapter.
Creating a data macro
A data macro doesn’t run when a user does something. Instead, the data
macro runs when something happens at the table level. Just as you can in a
desktop database — but with fewer options available — you can add macros
to the events listed in Table 3-3.
Data Macro Events
After a new record has been added to this table
After any field in a record in this table has been updated
After a record in this table has been deleted