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Quick Access Toolbar
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Add Features. Open Forms, Reports. Run Macros.

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In this video I'm going to show you how to customize the Quick Access Toolbar in Microsoft Access. You can add commonly used features, make buttons to open forms and reports, and even run macros. 

Aaron from Montreal, Canada (a Platinum Member) asks: I see in a lot of your videos you have buttons on that toolbar across the top of your Access window. That looks cool. How do you set that up? I'd love to be able to put some commands I use often up there. Can you use it to open forms and reports?


Members will learn how to assign commands to global keystrokes that will work throughout Microsoft Access. Want to press CTRL-M to open your Main Menu, or SHIFT-F1 to print a report? We'll learn how using AutoKeys and SubMacros. We'll also learn how to run global functions with the RunCode command.

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