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Using the Function Keys

Access assigns specific purposes to all 12 function keys of the 101-key extended keyboard. Some keys, such as Shift+F4 (which you press to find the next occurrence of a match with the Find dialog), derive from other Microsoft applications—in this case, Word.

Global Function Keys

Windows, rather than Access, uses global function-key assignments, except for F11 and Alt+F1, to perform identical functions in all Windows applications. Table 4.4 lists the global function-key assignments.


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