Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Formatting a Datasheet
Figure 1-14:
The
AutoCorrect
Exceptions
dialog box
makes
AutoCorrect
more
efficient.
When AutoCorrect is turned on, it checks your typing after you press the
spacebar, Tab, or Enter. If you’ve typed an entry that’s in the AutoCorrect
list, Access replaces the entry. If you’ve chosen to display the AutoCorrect
Options button (the first check box on the AutoCorrect dialog box), you
see the button immediately after AutoCorrect makes a correction. Click the
button to see the menu shown in Figure 1-15. The options in this menu allow
you to undo the autocorrection in this one instance, to undo all
autocorrections, or to display the AutoCorrect dialog box.
Figure 1-15:
The
AutoCorrect
Options
button lets
you control
each
autocorrection.
Formatting a Datasheet
Datasheets can’t provide the good-looking output you get with a report or a
form, but you can make some changes to make a datasheet more readable
and attractive. The formatting options are available on the Home and Fields
tabs of the Ribbon.
Usually, you can’t undo formatting changes by clicking the Undo button or
pressing Ctrl+Z. You can undo changes by closing the table without saving,
but of course you lose all the formatting and design changes that you made
since the last time you saved the table.
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