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Create .MAF file from Access form

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Is there a way to create a .MAF file from an access form in Access 2010?

I had created these for the users to click on to go directly to a form in the DB in Access 2003, but I can’t find how to do this in this 2010 version.

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Drag a form to any location, i.e. your desktop.
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