Completing Your Database Application 5. 496 To activate the smart tag, point to the control to display the smart tag button. Click the button, and you'll see the menu of actions that you can perform. Chapter Summary Adding a custom toolbar or a switchboard form to a database application has several purposes. First, finishing touches such as these bring a polished feel to the day-to-day operation of a database. A custom menu bar, for example, can give users a familiar way to open and work with database objects. These features also let you highlight the specific operations of the database you've built; the functions of the database are made more apparent. For more information: · See the articles about customizing Access in the section "Startup and Settings," available on the Microsoft Office Access 2003 Assistance site on Microsoft Office Online. In addition to building your own database features, you can customize the toolbars and menus that come with Access. By moving items on or off a toolbar, for example, you can set up a working environment that's well suited to the requirements of the database you are building and reflects your personal preferences. Part III of this book, "The Data Pipeline," begins in the next chapter, "Understanding Access Projects." In that chapter, you'll learn how you can work with Access and a Microsoft SQL Server database.