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    How do you get to references in Access 2007. In 2003, I open a form in design mode, click on the code button and under tools I select references. How do I do this in Access 2007?

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    In Access, press Alt+F11 to activate the Visual Basic Editor.
    Select Tools | References... to set or remove references.

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    [quote name='LindaR' post='795290' date='28-Sep-2009 14:45']How do you get to references in Access 2007. In 2003, I open a form in design mode, click on the code button and under tools I select references. How do I do this in Access 2007?[/quote]


    Is this how I do it in Access 2007?

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    It should work in all Office applications, in all versions, including Access 2007. Have you tried it?

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    [quote name='HansV' post='795297' date='28-Sep-2009 15:56']It should work in all Office applications, in all versions, including Access 2007. Have you tried it?[/quote]

    I don't have it yet. I am using an Excel workbook - Locations of Access 2003 commands in Access 2007

    I am trying to locate things that I do now so that I won't be hunting when I actually have to use Access 2007. I maintain so many databases that maintaining the databases and learning a new interface is going to be a slow process. I am so used to where things are in Access 2003 that maintaining my databases is routine.

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    The interface of Access itself has changed considerably, but most keyboard shortcuts from Access 2003 still work.
    The Visual Basic Editor hasn't changed much - it still uses the "old" interface with menus and toolbars, not the ribbon.

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