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Chapter 12. Form/Report Design Elements > Other Report Types - Pg. 278

Form/Report Design Elements 278 Figure 12.41. You can use the Startup dialog box to open the switchboard when you open the database. NOTE There's another way to open a form and execute other actions when you open an Access database. Create a macro and include any actions you want performed in that particular database at startup. Save the macro and name it AutoExec . When you open the file, Access runs this macro. Note that the AutoExec macro runs after the Startup options have taken effect, so be careful about using both. If your only goal is to have the Switchboard displayed at startup, I think it's easier to use Display Form/Page in the Startup dialog box. Other Report Types