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Access 2007

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#1 datastrain


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Posted 28 July 2010 - 07:22 AM

The old access displayed the table properties to the right of the table name. that way, i could have a concise list of tables down the left hand side (I work with many tables and like to see as many as i can in one view) and still see some other information to the right of it.

Table 1........................[Table1 Properties]
Table 2........................[Table 2 Properties]

Now in Access 2007 there is a "Date Created", "Date Modified", and then "Table Properties", but in a stacked style.

Table 1
(Date Create: May 17, 2010)
(Data Modified: May 18, 2010)
[Table Properties]

Table 2
(Date Create: May 17, 2010)
(Data Modified: May 18, 2010)
[Table2 Properties]

Anyway to go back to the old way (which was a lot more concise and space efficient - which is what you need when you're working with 10 - 30 tables at a time...)

Hanky. Hanky hary hutch...

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Edited by datastrain, 28 July 2010 - 07:24 AM.

a million monkeys using windows will eventually produce all possible error messages... eventually...

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