Access 2007 – The Navigation Pane Window View

This video tutorial is a good overview for those new to the Access 2007 screen and how objects are managed into groups and other filter views. It is a vast improvement from the previous database window (of earlier versions).

The Navigation Pane Window view contains all the Access objects stored as it is in one file. You can create, edit, open, delete, duplicate, search and maintain natural groups.

I like the quick ‘right’ mouse click on the ‘Navigation Pane’ banner to set properties including showing and hiding system objects.

Here’s one of my shortcut tips; press the F11 function key from the keyboard to toggle the hide/show the Navihation Pane Window view instead of clicking the >>/<< chevron icon on the banner.

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