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#1 datastrain


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Posted 29 July 2010 - 01:45 PM

2 Things:

1. Access used to have the name of the database on the top most bar. Where is the name now? When i have multiple access databases open at one time, how do i know which database is which?

2. Access used to have each Table/Query/Etc in its own minimized window (on the Windows task bar at the bottom). Now it's all in one making it difficult to switch between Tables/Queries/Etc in one database.

Is there a way to put these 2 things back to the 2003 way?
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