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Microsoft Office® Access 2007 Inside Out by John Viescas and Jeff Conrad

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Text Conventions

Convention

Meaning

Abbreviated commands for navigating the Ribbon

For your convenience, this book uses abbreviated commands. For example, "Click Home, Insert, Insert Cells" means that you should click the Home tab on the Ribbon, then click the Insert button, and finally click the Insert Cells command.

Boldface type

Boldface type is used to indicate text that you type.

Initial Capital Letters

The first letters of the names of tabs, dialog boxes, dialog box elements, and commands are capitalized. Example: the Save As dialog box.

Italicized type

Italicized type is used to indicate new terms.

Plus sign (+) in text

Keyboard shortcuts are indicated by a plus sign (+) separating two key names. For example, Alt+Shift+Tab means that you press the ...

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