Arranging multiple table & object windows.



also posted under Subject "Arrange Table Windows" in

please don't multi-post. for more information, see

and btw, the acronym MVP has a specific meaning in the Microsoft newsgroups.
it is granted to individuals who volunteer time in the forums to help
others, and make other valuable contributions in the worldwide Access
community, and who have been recognized by Microsoft as Most Valuable
Professionals. it's a title of honor and respect, and to people who come to
these ngs looking for answers, it's a good indication that the post-er is a
skilled and experienced Access developer who knows what he/she is talking
about. suggest you consider changing your "handle", as a courtesy, and so as
not to accidentally confuse others who are not familiar with who the the
individual MVPs are, in these ngs.



I've switched from Access 2003 to Access 2007, and am designing a new
database. I normally open several tables, queries, forms, or reports, in
design view, at the same time, and arramge them in the same window, so I can
review, copy, and paste items from my old forms to my new forms.

How do I arrange multiple open items in the same window?

Allen Browne

Set Document Window Options to Overlapping Windows instead of Tabbed

It's under:
- Office Button (top left)
- Access Options (Bottom of dialog)
- Current Database

More info on converting to Access 2007 if you are familiar with previous

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