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Hidden Navigation Pane in Access 2007

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I have an old 2003 access app that has hidden all toolbars and tables so only the startup form is shown.  You use to have to hold down shift to make them re-appear how does this work in access 2007
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
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The ShiftKey Bypass is the same. As to other items - click the Office Button - Access Options, then check around there to find the various methods and such ... they're all there, just in different places.
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See this link:

http://news.office-watch.com/t/n.aspx?articleid=665&zoneid=12

Also:

- Click the Office "Blob" in the upper left hand corner
- Click the "Access Options" button in the lower right hand corner
- The startup options are under "Current Database"
- To hide the tables, etc. , Uncheck "Display Navigation Pane"
- The menu options are under "Ribbon and Toolbar Options"

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your right wasnt' working earlier thanks
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