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Access 2010 keyboard shortcuts II: Access keys

ALT key on keyboard
Learn how to use ALT key shortcuts that let you access almost any command in Access 2010. These keyboard shortcuts are also called access keys, and they are handy when a CTRL shortcut isn’t available for a command.

About this course

This course includes five videos:

  • Introduction to access keys (0:30)
  • Basic access keys (2:17)
  • Getting around dialog boxes (2:22)
  • The property sheet and field list (2:19)
  • Other kinds of access keys (1:56)

There is also a Quick Reference Card you can print at the end of the course.

Goals

After completing this course you will be able to:

  • Access any button, menu, or command on the ribbon.
  • Move around and select things in a dialog box.
  • Use keyboard shortcuts to work with the property sheet and field list.
  • Move around the program using F6.
  • Right-click items using SHIFT+F10.
  • Show and hide things using Function keys.

Before you begin

Before taking this course, take the more basic course on Access keyboard shortcuts: Access 2010 keyboard shortcuts I: Work faster.


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