Expanding and collapsing the Ribbon


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Expanding and collapsing the Ribbon

Microsoft Access's Ribbons allow you to create and work in your database quickly and easily, but sometimes they can take up valuable screen real estate. You have the ability to expand and collapse your Ribbons as needed. To do this click on this chevron- shaped arrow in the upper right corner next to the Help circle. The Ribbon collapses so you can see more of your data leaving just this row of tab names. Click on anyone and the Ribbon expands so that you can select your command. When you're done the Ribbon collapses again, when you want the Ribbon back simply click on the chevron arrow and it will reappear.

Another way to do the same thing is to right-click anywhere on the Ribbon and then choose Minimize the Ribbon. I can right-click on any of the tabs to get that command back, to unselected. A third way to expand and collapse the Ribbon is to double-click on any of the tab names, the tab appears, the tab disappears. And last use the keyboard command Ctrl+F1 to toggle it, open an...

Expanding and collapsing the Ribbon
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Expanding and collapsing the Ribbon 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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