Access 2010 All-in-One For Dummies by Alison Barrows

Access 2010 All-in-One For Dummies by Alison Barrows

By Alison Barrows

With a purpose to research Microsoft entry in and out, the 9 minibooks during this easy-access reference are precisely what you wish. learn the booklet conceal to hide, or bounce into any of the minibooks for the guideline and themes you wish such a lot. methods to attach entry to SQL Server, manage your facts in the community, use nifty new good points from workplace 2010 corresponding to the improved Ribbon, create queries and macros like a champ, and masses extra. From the fundamentals to complicated services, it really is what you must make entry extra accesssible.

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The options on it vary, but you can select one option from the Navigate to Category options at the top of the list, and one from the Filter by Group at the bottom of the list. Figure 2-3: The Navigation pane menu for grouping options. info Mission Control: The Navigation Pane 27 You can configure your Navigation pane in this way: 1. Click the drop-down list arrow on the Navigation pane title bar. 2. From the Navigate To Category list, choose how you want objects grouped. The most popular options are Object Type (which lists tables, queries, forms, reports, macros, and VBA modules, each with its own heading) and Tables and Related Views (which lists all tables, each with the objects that relate to it).

10 The Six Types of Access Objects ................................................................. 11 Essential Database Concepts ....................................................................... 15 Chapter 2: Getting Started, Getting Around . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Running Access .............................................................................................. 17 Opening a Database.......................................................................................

Creating a sample database from a template If you want to look around in Access but haven’t created your first database yet, you can create a ready-made database from one of the templates that come with the program. info Book I Chapter 2 Getting Started, Getting Around When you work with a database, panes and tabs appear within the Access window. Exactly what you see depends on the database. A simple database displays the Navigation pane, described later in this chapter. Some databases display a form and hide the Navigation pane.

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