Is there a shortcut key to close tabs (one-at-a-time or close all) when in Datasheet View in Access 2007?

Is there a shortcut key to close tabs (one-at-a-time or close all) when in Datasheet View in Access 2007?
k-wowAsked:
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edmund7sCommented:
k-wow,

Try

Ctrl-W  

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k-wowAuthor Commented:
Is there a shortcut key that closes all tabs?
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edmund7sCommented:
if you're going to close all the tabs it's same as closing the whole database...i would suggest that closing the file using x on top would be faster or ALT-F4
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k-wowAuthor Commented:
closing all tabs and closing Access is not the same... sometimes i just was to start over my queries without closing the entire application
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k-wowAuthor Commented:
this works for just closing one tab. i would also like to know if there is a way to close all tabs without closing the entire program. i have posted a new thread to award points for those interested in providing that solution.

Thanks
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edmund7sCommented:
you may want to use a macro for this
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