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Hide the Navigation Pane in Access 2007

Hide the Navigation Pane in Access 2007
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Starting in Access 2007, the traditional database window has been replaced with a window on the left-hand-side called a Navigation Pane.
There are different ways that the Navigation Pane can be hidden in Access 2007. We'll go through the options from the easily method to the most difficult.
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Show or hide the Navigation Pane

Show or hide the Navigation Pane Icon
By default, the Navigation Pane appears when you open a database in Microsoft Office Access 2007, even if the database was created in an earlier version of Access. In an open database, you can hide or show the Navigation Pane at any time. You can also set the default option in an open database so that the Navigation Pane does not appear the next time the database is opened.
 

Display/Unhide the Navigation Pane in Access 2007

Display/Unhide the Navigation Pane in Access 2007 Icon
Starting in Access 2007, the traditional database window has been replaced with a window on the left-hand-side called a Navigation Pane.
There are different ways that the Navigation Pane can be hidden in Access 2007. As a result, there are also different methods for displaying a hidden Navigation Pane. We'll go through the options from the easily method to the most difficult.
 

Navigation Pane won't hide

Navigation Pane won't hide Icon
I have been trying to hide the navigation pane in my FE. I have unchecked the "Display Navigation Pane" in the Access Options but Alas, it is still there. It is an annoyance to myusers who don't need it how do I keep it from appearing?
 

Navigation pane wont hide when form is loaded

Navigation pane wont hide when form is loaded Icon
Everytime my form loads the navigation pane is visible. I have unchecked the Display Navigation Pane in .

Access Options>Current Database>Navigation>

Closed and re-started Access and its still there! Anyone had the same issues and know how to fix it ? Is there a VBA fix ?
 

F11 shows navigation pane. What key hides it?

F11 shows navigation pane. What key hides it? Icon
If the navigation pane is hidden by default (File, Options, Current Database, Navigation, Display Navigation Pane is selected) users can still access it by pressing the F11 key.
What key will hide it again?
 

Navigation Pane

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I am trying to control the Navigation Pane to hide or minimise it. How is this done in VBA?

The only Navigation Pane Objects I can find are for Outlo
 

Close and reopen the Navigation Pane and the objects in the pane

Close and reopen the Navigation Pane and the objects in the pane Icon
Microsoft Office Access 2007 provides a new feature called the Navigation Pane. The pane replaces the Database window, and you can also use it instead of switchboards — screens used to perform common tasks, such as running reports or closing a database.
 

Take charge of your database with the Navigation Pane

Take charge of your database with the Navigation Pane Icon
Learn how to use the Navigation Pane, a powerful tool that helps you make sense of and run your database.
After completing this course you will be able to:
1)Open and close the Navigation Pane, and open objects for use.
2)Sort the tables, forms and other database objects in the Navigation Pane.
3)Change viewing options.
4)Use the categories and groups that organize the objects in the Navigation Pane.
5)Hide objects and groups.
6)Create custom categories and groups.
7)Use Search to find objects in a large database.
 

Create and manage custom categories and groups in the Navigation Pane

Create and manage custom categories and groups in the Navigation Pane Icon
Microsoft Office Access 2007 provides a new feature called the Navigation Pane. The pane replaces an older tool - the Database window. You use the Navigation Pane to start and manage the objects in a database - the tables, forms, queries, and so on. You can also use the Navigation Pane in place of switchboards. To do so, you create custom categories and groups that provide shortcuts to only the objects that you want users to see. The information in this topic explains how to create and manage custom categories and groups in the Navigation Pane.
 

Demo: Meet the Navigation Pane

Demo: Meet the Navigation Pane Icon
In Access 2007, the Navigation Pane has replaced the Database Window as the main way to get around in a database. This demo shows you how you can use the Navigation Pane to organize the objects in a database into categories and groups. Categories help you arrange the items in the Navigation Pane, and groups are used to filter the categorized items.
This demo also shows you how to begin working with the built-in categories and groups, as well as how to manage custom categories and groups. Watch the demo to get acquainted with the Navigation Pane!