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Organizing the Navigation pane with custom groups

Organizing the Navigation pane with custom groups: Access 2013 Essential Training
Organizing the Navigation pane with custom groups: Access 2013 Essential Training

As your database begins to fill up with database objects, you should strongly consider organizing the Navigation pane using custom groups. In Microsoft Access, custom groups allow you to group related objects together, regardless of their type. For example, you can have forms, queries, tables, reports and macros all within the same custom group. In this online video, you will learn about organizing the Navigation pane with custom groups.

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