Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Introducing Backstage View
Quick Print (to use the existing printer settings), Print (to select printer
settings), or Print Preview (to see what you’re about to print before
wasting paper on it).
You can find lots more about printing in Book V, Chapter 2, which talks
about making and printing reports.
Creating a shortcut to an object: If you frequently want to start Access,
open your database, and immediately open a specific object, you can
create a Windows shortcut that performs all three tasks. The object
shortcut can live on your Windows desktop, or you can launch Access
from the Start screen by right-clicking a blank area and then clicking
All Apps on the colored band that appears at the bottom of the screen.
Access 2013 is listed in the Microsoft Office 2013 group.
Introducing Backstage View
In Access 2013, as is the case with Access 2010, you click the File tab on the
Ribbon to display Backstage View, a page of commands and settings that
apply to the entire database or to your Access program. Figure 2-1, at the
beginning of this chapter, shows Backstage View when no database is open.
Figure 2-5 shows Backstage View with a database open. The Info command is
selected by default when you display Backstage View.
Figure 2-5:
The Info
command in
View shows
about your
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