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ELEMENTS OF THE MICROSOFT ACCESS 2010 WORKING SCREEN – PART 1

Microsoft Access 2010

This article will show you the basic elements of Microsoft Access 2010 and explain the function of these elements. Also this article will cover how some elements vary depending on which objects are open.

At the top of the working area Access has a title bar and a windows control button. On the left end of the title bar is the quick access to a bar which contains frequently used commands such as redo and undo.

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You can customize the quick access bar to add any buttons you want. For example if you use the print command frequently you could have the quick print button to your quick access tool bar.

ELEMENTS OF THE MICROSOFT ACCESS 2010 WORKING SCREEN – PART 2

Microsoft Access 2010

This article is the second part of the topic: Elements of the Microsoft Access 2010 Working Screen.

6. Now the customers table is in front and the customers tab is highlighted to indicate that it is the active table. Whether you open multiple tables, queries, forms, reports, macros or any combination of these you’ll be able to move among them by clicking the tab you want and once the database object is open you can close it without closing other objects, by simply clicking the close button in the upper right corner of the object window. Now close the customers table.

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HOW TO RECORD A NARRATION IN A PRESENTATION IN MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2010

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010

This article will show you how to insert a narration into a Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation. In order to create a presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 that will be played online or includes audio throughout the entire presentation you can record a narration to accompany the PowerPoint file.

1. First when you are in normal view select the thumb nail in the slides pane that is on the left side for the slide in which you want the narration to begin and then click the slideshow tab in the top navigation and in the setup group click the button to record narration.

VIEW AND RESEND SENT ITEMS IN MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2010

Microsoft Outlook 2010

This article will show you how to view e-mail messages that have been sent through Microsoft Outlook 2010 and also how to resend sent items in several easy steps.

The navigation pane gives you easy access to various Microsoft Outlook folders. One of those folders is the Sent Items folder where all the messages you write are saved by default.

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In the Sent Items folder you also have the options of resending previously sent messages. This can be useful for instance if someone accidentally deletes a message. You can easily check your Sent Items folder and resend the original message.

EXPLORING THE NAVIGATION PANE IN MICROSOFT ACCESS 2010

Microsoft Access 2010

This article explores the Navigation Pane in Microsoft Access 2010. It will teach you how to use the Navigation Pane to view and organise database objects and also how to search for database objects by name.

The Navigation Pane is on the left side of the Microsoft Access window. This pane contains links to all of the objects in the database. By default objects are grouped by their type, such as Tables, Forms, Queries, Reports and Macros. However Access allows you to group the objects in many ways and to search the objects based on their names.

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