Right-clicking


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Right-clicking

Power users know that right-clicking on your mouse on almost anything on your screen will give you a context-sensitive shortcut menu. This allows you to invoke frequently used commands without having to move your mouse very far around your screen. What right-clicking does depends on what you click on. If you right-click on the Quick Access toolbar, or a Ribbon tab you get commands to manage them. If you right-click on a button itself you can immediately Add something to the Quick Access toolbar. If you right-click at the top of the navigation pane you get options for viewing and sorting your Tables, Forms, Queries, and Reports.

If you right-click directly on one of your objects in the navigation pane here you can Open it and even choose the View. Import and Export data from them, use the E-mail Collection with Outlook, Rename the object, Hide it, Delete it, Cut it and Copy it for duplication, see its Properties, and check its Compatibility on the Web. I use open in Design View a lot. If you...

Right-clicking
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Right-clicking 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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