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Microsoft Access 2013 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad

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Searching for web app objects

In web apps with a large number of objects, locating a specific object can be difficult, so Access 2013 includes the Search Bar feature to make this task easier. By default, this feature is turned on; however, if the feature is turned off for your Access installation, you must turn it on through the Navigation pane. You can enable this feature by right-clicking the top of the Navigation pane (where you see the text All Access Objects) and then clicking Search Bar, as shown in Figure 2-25.

A screen shot of the top of the Navigation pane in expanded mode. Author has right-clicked the top of the Navigation pane and clicked Search Bar on the shortcut menu displayed.

Figure 2-25. Click the Search Bar command to display the Search Bar.

Select the Show Search Bar check box, and then click OK. Access ...

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