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Create and manage custom categories and groups in the Navigation Pane
Article Microsoft Office Access 2007 provides a new feature called the Navigation Pane. The pane replaces an older tool  — the Database window. You use the Navigation ...
Access 2007
Customize the Ribbon
Article Show All Hide All The Ribbon — the strip across the top of the program window that contains groups of commands — is a component of the new Microsoft Office Flue...
Access 2007
Database design basics
Article A properly designed database provides you with access to up-to-date, accurate information. Because a correct design is essential to achieving your goals in work...
Access 2007
Encrypt a database by using a database password
Article This article explains how to encrypt an Access 2007 database by using a database password, and how to decrypt a database and remove its password.
Access 2007
Help secure an Access 2007 database
Article Show All Hide All This article explains how to help keep your Microsoft Office Access 2007 databases more secure. It explains the concepts that you must underst...
Access 2007
Import from or link to a SharePoint list
Article If your department or workgroup uses Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 or later to communicate and collaborate with each other, you might encounter scenarios wher...
Access 2007
Import or link to SQL Server data
Article If your department or workgroup uses Microsoft SQL Server to store data, you might encounter scenarios where you need to work with some of the SQL Server data i...
Access 2007
Make a database easier to use by customizing and controlling the Navigation Pane
Article Show All Hide All You can improve the usability of a database by customizing and controlling the contents and organization of the Navigation Pane. Custom naviga...
Access 2007
Use existing custom toolbars and startup settings in Access 2007
Article This topic explains how custom toolbars and menu bars that you created in earlier versions of Access behave when you open those older databases in Microsoft Of...
Access 2007