Selecting fields, rows, columns, and tables


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Selecting fields, rows, columns, and tables

Anytime you want to use or change your data, you need the highlight or select it first. Here are a variety of options for selecting data in your tables. Let's work from smallest to biggest. First, we will start with the field. Open up your Customers table and click on any piece of data. Then press the F2 key at the top of your keyboard. Toggling this key will switch you between selecting the entire field and inserting the cursor at the end of the content so you can edit it. To select an entire record, you can either click on the gray box to the left of the record or you can go up to the Home ribbon and the Find group and choose Select and Select.

The whole record will highlight. I can then do anything along with it. Copy it, Delete it, or Format it. To select a column, click on the Field name above the record and the whole column will highlight. I can then move it, sort it, highlight it or take other actions. To select the entire table, click on this little gray box in the upper left corne...

Selecting fields, rows, columns, and tables
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Selecting fields, rows, columns, and tables 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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