Access 2010 keyboard shortcuts II: Access keys

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Learn how to use ALT key shortcuts that let you access almost any command in Access 2010. These keyboard shortcuts are also called access keys, and they are handy when a CTRL shortcut isn’t available for a command.


After completing this course you will be able to:

  • Access any button, menu, or command on the ribbon.

  • Move around and select things in a dialog box.

  • Use keyboard shortcuts to work with the property sheet and field list.

  • Move around the program using F6.

  • Right-click items using SHIFT+F10.

  • Show and hide things using Function keys.

Before you begin

Before taking this course, take the more basic course on Access keyboard shortcuts: Access 2010 keyboard shortcuts I: Work faster.

Quick reference card

See the quick reference card for a brief, printable reminder of the key points in this course.

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