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Microsoft Access Shortcuts, Access Shortcuts

Microsoft Office Access, also known as Microsoft Access a relational database management application, part of the Microsoft Office suite of software. We have listed a series of general shortcuts and hotkeys in this article.

Microsoft Office Access Shortcuts:

Microsoft Access Shortcuts Access Shortcut Hotkey Actions
CTRL+N This MS Access shortcut will open a new database.
CTRL+O To open an existing database use this access hotkey.
ALT+F4 In Microsoft Access you can quit the application by using this shortcut.
CTRL+P Use this shortcut to print a selected object.
P or CTRL+P This Microsoft Access shortcut will open the print dialog box.
S Use the S shortcut to open the page setup dialog box.
C or ESC This Access shortcut will cancel the print preview or layout preview.
CTRL+SAVE or SHIFT F12 or ALT+SHIFT+F2 This combination of shortcuts will open the “Save As” dialog box.
F4 or ALT+DOWN ARROW This access shortcut will open a combo box.
F9 To refresh the contents of a lookup field list box or combo box use this shortcut.
DOWN ARROW This Microsoft shortcut will move down one line.
PAGE DOWN This shortcut will move down one page.
UP ARROW In Microsoft Access you can use this shortcut to move up one line.
PAGE UP In Microsoft Access you can use this shortcut to move up one line.
TAB You can exit the combo box using this Microsoft Access Shortcut.
CTRL+F This shortcut will open the find tab in the find and replace dialog box in Microsoft Access.
CTRL+H To open the replace tab in the find and replace dialog box.
F2 Use this MS Access hotkey to switch between edit mode (with the insertion point displayed) and navigation mode.
F4 This hotkey will switch to the property sheet (design view).
F5 This hotkey will switch from Form view to Design view.
F6 This shortcut key will swtich between the upper and lower portions of a window (design view, macros, quries, advanced filter and sort windows only).
F7 In Microsoft Access you can use F7 to switch to the code builder from form or report Design view (Design view window or property sheet).
SHIFT + F7 This Microsoft Access shortcut will switch from the Visual Basic Editor or report Design view.
ALT+V+P This short cut will open a property sheet for a selected object.

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