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Thumbs down Visual Basic Editor?

I am a newbie at this - working my way through "Beginning Access 2007 VBA". Would someone please explain to me how I get the yellow arrow "next" to appear and why it is not always there? I frequently find that Access is not willing to run code that I have just entered, because there is no yellow arrow to tell it where to start executing the code. Then I get a box, which asks me the name of the Macro that I want to run. The answer is that I do not want to run a Macro at all.

Once I have a yellow arrow to tell Access where to start executing the VBA code, then all goes well.



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