Access 2010 - navigation pane - Stay on objec

Is there any way to stay on the object you were last on in the navigation pane of Access 2010?

1) If you (in the navigation pane) have checked "Object Type" / "Filter By Group" then you pick Tables
2) Go to a table 40 tables down the list / go design view of that table / do your work
3) Then sitting on the above table pick Queries from the Navigation Pane you go work on some queries.
4) You go back to Tables in the Navigation Pane

In the above MOST OF THE TIME Access moves to the top of the list of Tables.

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Is there a way (Like Access 2003) where when you went to an Object Type - you are sitting on the last object you were sitting on when you left that Object Type?

Thanks in advance for any help.
LJG
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PatHartmanCommented:
No.  The navigation pain (sic) is in most cases inferior in functionality to the old Database Container.  It takes more clicks to do anything and it doesn't remember where you were in each section.  About the only improvement was the search feature.  You may be able to find a nav pane replacement that emulates the Database Container but most I have tried have their own problems.  At one point I tried to build one but it is harder than it would seem if you want it to work like the built in feature from previous Access versions.
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LJGAuthor Commented:
Pat
Thanks for the answer.
LJG
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