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How do I set the refresh rate in ACCESS 2010

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For some reason I can not find an Advanced button in ACCESS 2010 to check my refresh rate.  Anyone know where this is now?
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 250 total points
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I believe you're looking for this:

Access Options - Client Settings - Advanced

Those are toward the bottom of that long list of settings.
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Thank you.  It had to be somewhere obscure.  Kind of like a never ending treasure hunt.
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Now that you showed tit to me, any idea what the ODBC refresh interval is, mine is set to 1,500 sec.?
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