- On the Tools menu, click Startup.
- In the Display Form/Page box, click a form or data access page (data access page: A Web page, published from Access, that has a connection to a database. In a data access page, you can view, add to, edit, and manipulate the data stored in the database. A page can also include data from other sources, such as Excel.) from the current Microsoft Access file (Microsoft Access file: A database or project file. In Access 2007, database objects and data are stored in .accdb files. Earlier versions use.mdb files. An Access project file doesn't contain data, and is used to connect to a SQL Server database.).
Tip In Access 2010, you can create a "navigation form" that provides an intuitive tabbed interface for switching between forms and reports. Watch a video or try Office 2010!