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Switching between windows in MS Access 2007

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Hello -

I've been developing in Microsoft Access since the 2.0 days. Now I
have started using Access 2007 and needless to say I am less than
thrilled with the interface. Everything is in a totally different
location and difficult to find. I'm working through it and I'm sure
I'll be fine. However, I'm trying to find out how to switch between
windows within the application. In past versions either alt-tab or
ctrl-tab would work fine. Those options do not seem available here.
Is there a way to turn it on or is their an alternative keystoke?

Thanks for you help in advance.

Dave
Dec 8 '07 #1
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On Dec 8, 4:40 pm, dfalgi...@mtb.com wrote:
Hello -

I've been developing in Microsoft Access since the 2.0 days. Now I
have started using Access 2007 and needless to say I am less than
thrilled with the interface. Everything is in a totally different
location and difficult to find. I'm working through it and I'm sure
I'll be fine. However, I'm trying to find out how to switch between
windows within the application. In past versions either alt-tab or
ctrl-tab would work fine. Those options do not seem available here.
Is there a way to turn it on or is their an alternative keystoke?

Thanks for you help in advance.

Dave
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Dec 8 '07 #2

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df*******@mtb.com wrote:
Hello -

I've been developing in Microsoft Access since the 2.0 days. Now I
have started using Access 2007 and needless to say I am less than
thrilled with the interface. Everything is in a totally different
location and difficult to find.
See previous thread: "Microsoft Cleanliness"
Dec 9 '07 #3

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