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I have a database that does not display document tabs.  There is an ad hoc query and when the user opens it there is no way to close it without closing the database.  Do I have to create a custom toolbar to load when the query opens?  Is there an existing toolbar that I can use?
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Best practice would be to not display the raw query at all.  Create a form to display it.  Use Datasheet view if the user wants something that looks like a table.

Forms give you events where you get to control things such as if the user can update the data, etc.
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If you are opening the accdb file then press F11 to view the Objects panel.
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