It’s useful to think about your database as a huge cover or envelope in which you store your information. The information itself is contained in database objects. Access regards every one of these items as independent archives, which implies you should open and spare them exclusively keeping in mind the end goal to work with them.
You may have seen that this exercise contains no guidelines for sparing a database. This is on the grounds that you can’t spare a whole database without a moment’s delay. Or maybe, you should independently spare the articles contained inside the database.
To open an object:
- In the Navigation pane, locate and double-click the desired object.
- The object will appear as a tab in the Document Tabs bar.
By default, the most recently opened object will appear in the main window as the current object. To view another open object, click its tab in the Document Tabs bar.
You’ll need to save any changes you make to each object before closing your database. Remember, saving early and often can prevent your work from being lost. However, you will also be prompted to save any unsaved work when you attempt to close your database.
To save a new object:
- Select the object you want to save by clicking its tab in the Document Tabs bar.
- Click the Save command on the Quick Access Toolbar or press Ctrl+S on your keyboard.
- The first time you save an object, you will be prompted to name it. Enter the desired object name, then click OK.
- The object will be saved. Click the Save command again to save any changes to the object.
To close an object:
- Select the object you want to close, then click the X to the right of the Document Tabs bar.
- If there are any unsaved changes to the object, you will be prompted to save it. Select Yes to save, No to close it without saving your changes, and Cancelto leave the object open.
You can also close an object by right-clicking its tab on the Document Tabs bar and selecting Close. Select Close All to close all open objects.
To rename an object:
- If the object you want to rename is open, close it.
- In the Navigation pane, right-click the desired object, then select Rename.
- Type the new object name, then press Enter on your keyboard.
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