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USING CUSTOM PROPERTIES

Access uses DAO to track different pieces of information about your application. For example, the application title, application icon, summary information about the database, and much more information is stored in DAO.

To view your application title, icon, and other information about the application, choose Startup from the Tools menu. The dialog shown in Figure 5.6 appears.

Figure 5.6. The Startup dialog lets you define the startup options for your application, such as the initial form to open and what menu bars to display.

Access stores the information in this dialog in the database by using custom properties. However, ...

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