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Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007 Plain & Simple by Curtis D. Frye

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Viewing Multiple Database Objects

Microsoft Office Access 2007 enables you to work with multiple database objects more efficiently than in previous versions of the program. In Access 2007, the program displays a tab representing each open object at the top of the object window. If you want to display an object that is currently hidden, you can click that object’s tab to display it. When you display an object in the object window, you can close the object by clicking its Close button (located at the top right corner of the object window).

Close a Database Object

  • Click the Close button to close the displayed database object.

Scroll within a Database ...

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