Access 2007 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies by Alan Simpson, Margaret Levine Young, Alison Barrows, April

By Alan Simpson, Margaret Levine Young, Alison Barrows, April Wells, Jim McCarter

* up-to-date to hide all of the newest beneficial properties and functions of entry 2007, this source offers new and green entry clients with 8 task-oriented minibooks that conceal begininning to advanced-level material * every one minibook covers a particular point of entry, akin to database layout, tables, queries, types, reviews, and macros* indicates find out how to accomplish particular projects resembling database home tasks, safety info, and utilizing entry with the net* entry is the world's major computer database answer and is utilized by thousands of individuals to shop, manage, view, examine, and proportion information, in addition to to construct strong, customized database options that combine with the net and company information assets

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Use the search bar to find objects by typing characters into the bar. As you type, the list in the Navigation Pane will update to show only those objects with those letters in their names. For instance, Figure 2-8 shows the text orders in the search bar, and only those objects with the word orders somewhere in their names are displayed in the Navigation Pane. Figure 2-8: The search bar enables you to find objects with orders in their names. ✦ Open objects with a single click: The Navigation Options dialog box allows you to select whether to open objects with a single-click or a double-click.

Exactly what you see depends on the database. A simple database displays the Navigation Pane, described later in this chapter. Some databases include macros or VBA modules that display a form and hide the Navigation Pane. The database can also be programmed to hide the standard Access components entirely. Opening oldies Access 2007 introduces a new file format for Access. accdb files. 0 and Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, allows creation of multivalued lookup fields, and offers other new features.

Another option is the view buttons at the bottom-right corner of the Access window — this small toolbar displays one button for each available view of the open object. (Tooltips are available if you don’t recognize the buttons). Yet another option is to right-click the object tab and choose the view you want. Quick Access toolbar Toolbars aren’t completely gone! Access 2007 still contains a small toolbar (shown in Figure 2-2) that appears immediately above the Ribbon. On the toolbar are three of the most commonly used buttons that can be used in most contexts in Access: ✦ Save: Saves changes to the current object.

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