If you have numerous macros, grouping related macros in macro groups can help you to manage them more easily. When Access runs a macro group, the first macro in the group starts with the first action, continuing until it reaches a new macro name or the last action in the window. To run a macro group, use the macro group name followed by the macro name . For example, you can refer to a macro group named Report1 in the Employees macro as Report1.Employees .
Create a Macro Group