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Edit or make changes to a PDF file
Article Edit or change PDF files in Office by updating the original file, or by importing the PDF into an Office file format through a converter.
Access 2013, Excel 2013...
Use the Find and Replace dialog box to change data
Article This topic explains how to use the Find and Replace dialog box to find and optionally replace data in an Access database. If you need information about other wa...
Access 2007
Restore a database
Article To restore a database, you must already have a backup copy of your database. A backup is commonly referred to as a "known good copy" of a database file  — a cop...
Access 2007
Help Access run faster
Article This article contains tips for improving the performance of a Microsoft Office Access database. By following these tips, you can help speed up many database op...
Access 2007
Pretty Darn Fancy, those PDFs
Article Crabby Office Lady When all your hard work— your documents, spreadsheets, whatever— can't be opened by the people you send them to, it's frustrating, to say the...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
Save a file in XPS format
Article Important    You can save as a PDF or XPS file from a 2007 Microsoft Office system program only after you install an add-in. For more information, see Enable su...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
Help prevent and correct database file problems by using Compact and Repair
Article Repair corrupted or damaged Access 2007 databases.
Access 2007
Save as PDF
Article Save your Office 2007 files as a PDF document.
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
Customize the list of recently used files
Article Many Microsoft Office programs display the last few files you opened in that program. You can use the links on this list to quickly access files. This feature i...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
Back up a database
Article You should regularly back up any active database to guard against data loss and to protect your investment in your database design. Using a backup, you can easi...
Access 2007
Archive Access data
Article You can help keep your data organized by periodically archiving old or inactive records. For example, suppose you use Access to manage a lending library. You mi...
Access 2007
Ways to share an Access database
Article This article provides an overview of the methods that you can use to share an Access database, and the factors that you should consider when you decide which me...
Access 2007
Open an existing database
Article This topic describes the different methods you can use to open existing Microsoft Office Access 2007 databases. You can open databases from Windows Explorer ...
Access 2007
Delete one or more records from a database
Article Deleting inaccurate or obsolete data can make your database faster and easier to use. For example, if you move data from the previous calendar or fiscal quarter...
Access 2007
Set or rename a default working folder
Article Show All Hide All Some of the content in this topic may not be applicable to some languages. The My Documents folder, which is located by default in the root di...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
Open a file
Article When you open a file in Microsoft Office, you have several options for how the file opens. You can open the original file for editing, open a copy, or open the ...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
Create a new database
Article Show All Hide All Microsoft Office Access 2007 features a number of improvements that make the process of creating a new database easier. Even if you have creat...
Access 2007
Add one or more records to a database
Article You can use several techniques to enter data or records into an Access database such as storing information collected via e-mails.
Access 2007
Enter or edit data in a control or column that supports rich text
Article You can enter, edit, and format data in a memo field in a Microsoft Office Access 2007 database. Although memo fields are not new to Access, you can now appl...
Access 2007
Use a list that stores multiple values
Article This topic explains how to use check box drop-down lists and check box lists — lists that allow you to select and store more than one value in a table field. Th...
Access 2007
View or change the properties for an Office document
Article This article explains what document properties are, how you can view or change the properties for a Microsoft Office document, and how you can create custom pro...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
View all hidden file types and file name extensions
Article In My Computer or Windows Explorer , open the folder containing files you want to view. On the Tools menu, click Folder Options , and then click the View tab. T...
Access 2007, Excel 2007...
Add and customize date and time formats
Article You can add date and time fields to your tables, forms, and reports, and customize the date and time format to suit your needs.
Access 2007
Update the data in a database
Article Show All Hide All This article explains how to update existing data. Microsoft Office Access 2007 provides a number of tools for updating existing records, incl...
Access 2007
Undo or redo typing or design changes
Article You can undo and redo data entry for the most-recently edited record, unless you close the object you were using. You can also undo and redo some design changes...
Access 2007
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