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Posted on 2016-09-27
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I have an access database 2010. Now when I open the DB, I always see this
 
Then if select “All access Objects” and save and close the DB, then again open it, I still see that only Tables are selected by default. How do I set the DB so that when a user open it, the left most panel has “All Access Objects” select and is showing all objects and not just tables….Thanks
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Question by:Rayne
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by:John Tsioumpris
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Maybe you have some macro/code that is handling the Navigation Pane behavior
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there is no such code  that I could see
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by:Saadia Attias
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Can you try to open it on another computer to be sure that the issue is from the database and not the computer ms access?
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Ferruccio Accalai earned 250 total points
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Check if there's a Macro called Autoexec. If so maybe in that macro there's code to Navigate to Tables on database opening (the autoexec macro is executed on db opening and it can be bypassed hitting shift during opening)
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thanks alll
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