Using navigation forms


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Using navigation forms

The switchboard from previous versions of Access has received a welcome replacement: Navigation forms. When creating a database for others to use, or if you're using the Web SharePoint functionality, navigation forms create buttons to easily view your forms and reports. Click on the Create tab, and choose the Navigation button. Choose whether you'd like a Horizontal Tab set, a Vertical one on the Left or Right, or both. If you have a lot of buttons, choose the Horizontal Tabs 2 Levels. We're going to choose Vertical Tabs, Left.

Drag and drop your desired forms and reports on to the buttons. That's all you have to do. Let's drag down to the bottom of the Navigation Pane, so we can see our Forms and Reports. Start with your Customers Order Form. Pick it up, and drag it to the top of the list. Now down in the Reports, Orders by Customer Report. Also from the Reports, choose Sales Reps and Customers, and the Products Report, the Service Request Form and the Sales Reps Phone...

Using navigation forms
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Using navigation forms provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Access 2010 Essential Training

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