After you open Access 2007, and pass the Getting Started window, you’ll find these buttons, bars, and ribbons in the Access 2007 regular window to help organize, create and protect your data.

<b>File Button</b>: Create a database or open an existing one
File Button: Create a database or open an existing one
<b>Quick Access Toolbar</b>: Each one has its own ribbon of commands and things you can do. The too
Quick Access Toolbar: Each one has its own ribbon of commands and things you can do. The toolbar changes depending on what you're doing at the moment.
<b>Ribbon</b>: Stuff you can do right now. Each Quick Access Toolbar item has its own ribbon. Point
Ribbon: Stuff you can do right now. Each Quick Access Toolbar item has its own ribbon. Point to any icon for info and instructions.
<b>Shutter Bar</b>: Also called the <b>Object list</b>. Organizes stuff in your database.
Shutter Bar: Also called the Object list. Organizes stuff in your database.
<b>Security Bar</b><b>: </b>Protects you from unknown macros and code. Click Enable Content if you
Security Bar: Protects you from unknown macros and code. Click Enable Content if you trust the source. Click Trust Center to make it back off.
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