Basic questions on Access 2013, like how to re-run a query ?

Haven't used Access in awhile, so I'm poking around Access 2013 (with good success for my current purpose), and I have a couple of basic questions. I'm working on a very simple system for a small user group, so I want to make it as easy to use as possible. My system connects to an IBM-Netezza d.b.

- I created  query and it runs fine, but how do you re-query ?  I don't see a "Run" option in any of the menus while I'm looking at the (datasheet) results. The only way of re-running (that I can see) is to get in Design View, then click the Design menu, then Run.

- Is the data automatically refreshed when it changes on the back-end, or by another user? I thought I saw it happen in one table's query, but not another.

That's it for now . . .
Gadsden ConsultingIT SpecialistAsked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:


other way
create a form using the query as record source > from ribbon home > records group > refresh

use code to refresh data

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Gadsden ConsultingIT SpecialistAuthor Commented:
Rey, excellent ! thank you, just what I was looking for.
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