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Is there a shortcut key to go to Design View from Datasheet View?

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Is there a shortcut key to go to Design View from Datasheet View?
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Question by:k-wow
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It's the same thing ... Executing puts the query in Datasheet view..

Alt --> Q --> Then R

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you can create a customized toolbar like below,

haven't figured out how to assign a shortcut to the toolbar yet,

so it's one easy click instead of two
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by:k-wow
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DatabaseMX:

"Alt --> Q --> Then R" does not go to Design View from Datasheet View.

jamesgu:

I am looking for a shortcut key because i do not want to go and grab the mouse and drag it to the icon and click left-click.
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Sorry ...

Alt >> V >> D

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by:k-wow
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that is exactly what i was looking for. Is there a comprehensive list for Access 2007 that has all this shortcut keys?
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I have this for A2003 ... most would be the same.  Maybe Google.

http://www.lboro.ac.uk/it/access/access2003-shortcuts.html#object

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