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Show the Navigation pane, if necessary. (If you don’t see it, press the F11 key.)

Your database objects appear.

Don’t confuse the Navigation form with the Navigation pane. The former is a special type of form that you create from a command on the Ribbon; the latter is the built-in window that displays your database objects.

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