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77-424 Microsoft Access 2013 by Craig Zacker

By Craig Zacker

His Microsoft entry 2013, examination 77-424 is the one Microsoft reputable educational direction (MOAC) textbook. This sequence features a whole school room educational software. This entry 2013 textual content is mapped to the entry 2013 certification examination goals and is designed to re-enforce team abilities. With this booklet scholars discover ways to create and deal with a database, construct tables and types, create and deal with queries, layout studies and lots more and plenty extra.

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9. Double-click HOME again to display the groups. PAUSE. LEAVE the database open to use in the next exercise. 20 Lesson 1 Take Note You can customize the Ribbon to have greater control over the commands that appear on it by turning off tabs and groups you rarely use, moving and/or duplicating groups from one tab to another, creating custom groups, and even creating custom tabs. Using the Quick Access Toolbar The Quick Access Toolbar located by default at the top-left corner of the Access screen contains the commands that you use most often, such as Save, Undo, and Redo.

The Datasheet Formatting dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 1-23. Figure 1-23 The Datasheet Formatting dialog box 7. Click Cancel to close the dialog box. 8. Double-click the HOME tab. Notice the groups are hidden to give you more screen space to work with your database. 9. Double-click HOME again to display the groups. PAUSE. LEAVE the database open to use in the next exercise. 20 Lesson 1 Take Note You can customize the Ribbon to have greater control over the commands that appear on it by turning off tabs and groups you rarely use, moving and/or duplicating groups from one tab to another, creating custom groups, and even creating custom tabs.

Some commands on the Ribbon have small arrows pointing down. These arrows indicate that a menu is available that lists more options from which you can choose. In the next exercise you practice using the Ribbon. Database Essentials STEP BY STEP 19 Use the Ribbon USE the database you used in the previous exercise. 1. Click the HOME tab to make it active. As shown in Figure 1-22, the Ribbon is divided into groups of commands. Notice the dialog box launcher in the lower-right corner of the Clipboard group.

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