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make sure the table is displayed in design view. select the field whose size you want to change. click the field size box in the field properties section. for text fields: type the field size value. for number fields: choose the value from the list.
Place your cursor over the right gridline in the field title. Your mouse will become a double arrow. Resizing a field. Click and drag the gridline to the right to increase the field width or to the left to decrease the field width, then release the mouse. The field width will be changed.
To rename a field in a table in Access, open the table containing the field to rename in design view. Click into the Field Name column of the field that you want to rename and type a new name. Click the Save button in the Quick Access toolbar to save your structural modifications.
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Press [Shift] while you select each report label control you want to resize. Go to Format | Size | To fit.
Access opens the table in Datasheet view. Select the field (the column) that you want to change. On the Fields tab, in the Properties group, click the arrow in the drop-down list next to Data Type, and then select a data type. Save your changes.
Change the Navigation Pane grouping option so tables and dependent database objects are grouped together. You right-clicked the Navigation Pane Header, clicked the Navigation Pane Header. In the Category/Group menu, you clicked the Tables and Related Views menu item.
From the open desktop database, click the File tab, and then click Options. Click the Current Database category, and under Navigation, clear the Display Navigation Pane check box. Click OK. Close and reopen the database to see the effects of the option.
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