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Exiting Access

When you finish working with Access, you should exit it to free up your computer's memory for other tasks. You can exit Access in several ways:

  • Press Alt+F4.

  • Select File, Exit.

  • Click the Access window's Close (~) button (refer to Figure 3.3).

Note

Alt+F4? File, Exit? In this book, I use a kind of shorthand to tell you what keys to press and which menu commands to select. When you see press Alt+F4, it means hold down the Alt key on the keyboard while you press the F4 key. When you see select File, Exit, it means click the word File on the menu bar, and hen click the Exit command on the menu that appears.


In this lesson, you learned how to start and exit Access, and about the main parts of the screen, including the toolbar buttons. In the next lesson, you will learn how to use Access's Help system.

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