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

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Setting Startup Options

When you create a database for you and your colleagues to enter data, you may want to limit what your colleagues can do with the database. Locking records and assigning database passwords provide some restrictions, but you can also set which form appears when you start the database. When you create a database where users see only a designated form at startup, you’ve created an application.

Change an Application Title

  1. Click the Microsoft Office button.

  2. Click Access Options.

  3. Click Current Database.

  4. Type a title for the Application. ...

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