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To Customize the Navigation Pane
Currently the entries in the Navigation pane are organized by table. That is, the queries, forms, and reports
associated with a particular table appear after the name of the table. In addition, all tables are included. You might
want to change the way the information is organized. For example, you might wish to have all the queries appear
together, all the forms appear together, and all the reports appear together, regardless of the table on which they are
based. The following steps change the organization of the Navigation pane.
1
If necessary, click the Shutter Bar
Open/Close Button to show the
Navigation pane.
Navigation
pane arrow
Navigation pane
Click the Navigation pane arrow
to produce the Navigation
pane menu
(Figure 2–82).
Tables and
Related Views
currently selected
Navigate To
Category options
Filter By
Group options
All Tables
currently
selected
Navigation
pane menu
2
Click Object Type to organize the
Navigation pane by the type of
object rather than by table
(Figure 2–83).
Figure 2–82
3
Click the Navigation pane arrow to
produce the Navigation
pane menu.
all tables
grouped
together
Click Tables and Related Views to
once again organize the
Navigation pane by table.
I
all queries
grouped
together
Experiment
Select different Navigate To
Category options to see the effect
of the option. With each option
you select, select different Filter
By Group options to see the effect
of the fi ltering. When you have
fi nished experimenting, select
the Tables and Related Views
Navigate To Category option
and the All Tables Filter By
Group option.
all forms
grouped
together
all reports
grouped
together
Figure 2–83
 
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