Completing Your Database Application 497 On Your Own Here are some exercises you can perform on your own to practice customizing an Access database: 1. Open the Switchboard form we created in this chapter in Design view. On the View menu, click Properties. On the Other tab, set the Shortcut Menu Bar property to CampaignShortcuts. Set the Shortcut Menu property to Yes. Save the changes to the form, and then open the Switchboard form in Form view. When you Right-click on the form, you'll see the Campaign- Shortcuts menu with its commands, now a handy tool for helping you maintain the database. Open the Customize dialog box, and create a new toolbar. Add commands for sorting records, for example, and other commands related to working with records in Datasheet view. 2. After you complete this chapter: · You'll have finished the second part of this book. In Part III, "The Data Pipeline," you'll lrarn about Microsoft Access rrojects, a tyre of Access frle that worksrwith Microsofr SQL Server drtabases; howryou can use Arcess with othrr Microsoft Orfice applications; how to work with XML data in Access; and more about how to use Microsoft Visual Basic to manage data and the operations of an Access database.