Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Adding and Editing Records
Figure 1-8:
Press
Shift+F2
to see the
Zoom dialog
box.
Book II
Chapter 1
Table 1-4 lists the keystrokes you can use in editing mode.
Table 1-4
Keystrokes to Use While Editing
Keystroke
What It Does
Home
Moves to the beginning of the entry
End
Moves to the end of the entry
or
Moves one character to the left or right
Ctrl+ or Ctrl+
Moves one word to the left or right
Shift+Home
Selects from the insertion point to the beginning of the entry
Shift+End
Selects from the insertion point to the end of the entry
Shift+
Selects one character to the left
Shift+
Selects one character to the right
Ctrl+Shift+
Selects one word to the left
Ctrl+Shift+
Selects one word to the right
Adding calculated fields to tables
Access 2010 introduced the capability to add calculated fields to tables. In
earlier versions of Access, you were forced to create a query if you wanted
to calculate a field. Now you can simply name the new field in a table and
add an expression to calculate a result. Often, you want your calculated
fields to be in queries, but if you need a calculated field in a table, you can
define it there.
To add a calculated field, follow these steps:
1. Display the table in Datasheet view.
2. Click the text Click to Add in the last column in the table.
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