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open a form automatically in strat up with MS Access 2007

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Hi

How can i get Access 2007 to open a form automatically when i start  it?

Many thanks in advance

Christos
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Open the database, go to Tools | Startup and select the form in the appropriate place.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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from the Access window
click the office icon ( icon at the top left corner of access window)
Access Options >
Current database then
select the form in the Display Form Drop down box
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