Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Controlling What Happens When You Open the Database
Table 3-1 (continue d)
What It Does
Changes for Tables in
Allows users to make design changes to tables in the
database when they view them in Datasheet view.
Check for Truncated
Makes sure that you aren’t losing significant digits in
numbers. If users are entering numbers that are 10
digits, and your field is defined as only 8 digits, you’d
lose information unless you check for truncated number
Preserve Source Image Format (Smaller File Size):
Allows you to store TIFF, JPG, or GIF images as in their
original formats rather than converting them to bitmap
Convert All Picture Data to Bitmaps (Compatible with
Access 2003 and Earlier): Converts all images to bitmaps
(the default in older versions of the database).
Allows all users to see the Navigation Pane. Clicking the
Navigation Options button opens a dialog box with
additional options for grouping objects.
Ribbon and Toolbar Options
Specifies a custom Ribbon for the application. You can
create your own Ribbon and even define your own
Shortcut Menu Bar
Specifies a custom shortcut menu bar (the menu of
keyboard shortcuts that you see when you press Alt).
Allow Full Menus
Allows users to see the full menu options for all menus.
Allows users to use the default shortcut menus and any
new custom ones.
Name AutoCorrect Optio ns
Tells Access to track name changes to your objects.
Renames an object If name-change tracking is on.
Access automatically changes the object name
wherever it appears. (If you change a field name in a table,
for example, Access updates the field name in all
queries and forms that refer to the table.)
Logs any object-name changes made by the Perform