Using keyboard shortcuts


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Using keyboard shortcuts

Power users make good use of keyboard shortcuts to work without having to take their hands off of the keyboard and reach for the mouse. Access 2010's ribbons don't make it obvious how to do this, so here are something's that you can do. First many of the basic functions are standardized across Microsoft Office. So the commands you know from Word or Excel will work in Access too. Save, Ctrl+S. Open, Ctrl+O. Cut is Ctrl+X. Paste is Ctrl+V, and Print is Ctrl+P. If you're in backstage view hitting Escape will jump you right back to the ribbon you're on.

Ctrl+F1 will minimize the ribbon. Here are my favorite specific to Access. When I'm working in my data pressing the Tab key will move me from field to field and holding down the Shift key as I Tab will take me backwards. Ctrl+Up Arrow takes me to the first record and Ctrl+Down Arrow takes me to the very last record. If I'm entering a new data, holding down the Ctrl key and pressing the Semicolon will give you today...

Using keyboard shortcuts
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Using keyboard shortcuts 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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