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Part 1: Learning Access Fundamentals > Navigating Within Acces

Chapter 3. Navigating Within Acces

This chapter describes how Microsoft has structured and organized Access to expedite the design and use of the database objects that it offers. A substantial portion of this chapter consists of tables that list the functions of window Control-menu boxes, toolbar buttons, and function-key combinations. Many function and key assignments derive from other Microsoft applications, such as Excel (F2 for editing) and Word for Windows (Shift+F4 to find the next occurrence of a match).

You can refer to this chapter when you conclude that a keystroke combination might be a better choice for an action than a mouse click, but you cannot remember the required combination. (See Chapter 5, "Entering, Editing, and Validating Data in Tables," for details of the key combinations that you use to edit data in tables and queries.) This chapter also explains the structure and content of Access's Help system.


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