Changing the default saving location


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Changing the default saving location

By default, Access will save your new databases in your Documents folder, but if you'd rather save them in a subfolder or another location on your computer you can tell Access to start there instead of having to change the location, every time you create a new file. To do this, click on the File tab to go into the Backstage View, and then on the Options button down near the bottom. Click on the General button at the top and then in the middle of the screen is the default database folder, I'll click Browse and I'll double-click on my company where I'm going to save all of my company files.

If I would like to make a new folder I can click on it; I'll call this Databases, and hit Enter to accept the name. I'll double-click on the subfolder so that I can see it in my bar at the top and down here, and click OK. Now it says Documents/Two Trees Olive Oil/Databases, I'll click OK. The next time I'll go to the File tab and to New I'll see that as my default loca...

Changing the default saving location
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Changing the default saving location provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Access 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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Access
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