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Access 2007 tab switching keyboard shortcut

Does anyone know a keyboard shortcut to switch between open tabs in Access 2007? (I'm not talking about the ribbon tabs.)

Seems that, unlike Access 2007, most every other Windows program uses ctrl+tab as the shortcut to switch between open tabs. Not sure why Access doesn't do this!

Thanks in advance.
Aug 31 '09 #1
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Expert Mod 16PB
You could try variations of F6. If unsucsessful, try similar variations of the Escape char.

BTW Variations refers to Ctrl; Alt; Shift; combinations thereof.

Good luck,

-Non 2007 user.
Aug 31 '09 #2
Yes, ctrl+F6 did it! Thank you very much.
Sep 1 '09 #3
Expert Mod 16PB

I dug that up from using Word (multi-documents) - probably from way back when I was using Office 4.3c. It still works in various places now clearly.
Sep 1 '09 #4
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Keyboard Shortcuts for Access 2007 [office.microsoft.com]

A good page to print out and have handy!
Sep 1 '09 #5
Great link, thanks!

I'd seen that one before and combed through it but was convinced the one I was looking for wasn't there. But yes, I looked again and it's in there! I couldn't see the tree for the forest.
Sep 1 '09 #6

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