U


UI. See user interface (UI)

Unassigned Objects group

display rules for, 61–63

hiding in Navigation Pane, 67, 68, 74

unbound, 566

UNC (Universal Naming Convention) path name, 1323

underscore (_)

default placeholder character, 171

using names in brackets with embedded, 989

wildcard character for project file, A49

undocking

Field List window, 122

Visual Basic Editor windows, 946

undoing

deleted relationships between tables, 211

deletions, 210

multiple design changes, 234

rows replaced in error, 224

Unicode UTF-8 vs. UTF-16, 1148

union queries, 463–468

building in SQL view, 463–468

illustrated, 468

updates disallowed for, 469

using column names in ORDER BY clause of, A52, A63, A69

viewing in Datasheet view, 465

UNION query operator, A68-A70

unique identifiers, A20-A21

unique indexes

creating, 1473

ignoring duplicate key for, 1474

Unique Records property, 454–458

Unique Values property, 454–458, 469

units of measure for form grid, 566

Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path name, 1323

unlinking linked tables, 303

unmatched (<>) values in queries, 1503, A42

unmatched records, 426–430, 432–434

Unrelated Objects category, 51–52

Unset Database Password dialog box, 1335

untrusted locations, 1225

untrusted macros. See not trusted macros

updatable recordsets, 1554–1555

update queries, 486–495

backing up data before using, 489

command on Design contextual tab for, 488

confirmation dialog boxes with, 489, 491

converting select query to, 488

defined, 485

defining generic parameters for, 495

expressions in, 489

icon for, 490

illustrated, 488

multiple tables or queries creating, 493–495

running, 489–491

updating multiple fields, 491–493

using select query to test data updates, 486–487

UPDATE statement, A77-A78

Update Status Bar Text Every where ContactID Is Used command, 233

updates for Microsoft Office system, 97

updating

custom Ribbon elements, 1297–1299

data, A11

image path for photograph, 1070–1071

properties with AutoCorrect smart tag, 233

records

including primary key information when, 310

via e-mail collection, 308–309, 329–330

rows in ADO recordset, 1004

view conditions limiting, 1508

Upgrade tab (Microsoft Office dialog box), 1348, 1349

upgrading previous Microsoft Office version, 1347–1349

uppercase characters (>), 655

upsizing applications to projects, 533

Use Access Special Keys check box (Access Options dialog box), 957

Use Control Wizards button, 602

Use Trusted Connection check box (Microsoft SQL Server Database Wizard), 1450–1451

Use Windows-Themed Controls On Forms option, 559, 596, 692

User Account Control, 197

User Information List, 1194

User Information tab (Microsoft Office dialog box), 1345–1346, 1348

user interface (UI), 19–97.

See also Detail section;

Navigation Pane;

Ribbon

contextual tabs

adding built-in groups to, 1276–1279

Arrange, 564, 618

creating for custom Ribbon, 1274–1275

Design, 121–122, 184, 488, 509, 564

disabling unused, 1283–1284

found on Form Design Tools tab, 567

hidden when Navigation Pane collapsed, 739

Print Preview, 739

report, 761

Report Design Tools, 121–122, 761

Ribbon, 41, 104

setting focus to, 1301–1302

controlling display with macro actions, AH3-AH4

designing application prototype for, A5

dimmed objects in, 73–74

form navigation buttons and command icons, 540

Getting Started screen, 21–22, 102

modifying global settings, 87–97

Navigation Pane, 24, 46

function of, 45–47

Object Type category of, 57, 82, 105–106, 114, 115

searching for database objects from, 78–82

Tables And Related Views category of, 49–52

width of, 47, 103

opening existing databases, 22–25

opening first time, 19–20

Quick Access Toolbar, 27–33

adding command from Ribbon to, 34

adding macros to, 30–31

adding separators between commands, 33

Customize category settings for, 28–29, 94

Database Tools tab, 24, 44–45

default and custom commands on, 27–30

illustrated, 28

removing items from, 28–29, 33, 34

restoring default settings for, 33

revising order of commands and macros on, 32

undo feature for, 210

Ribbon

adding built-in groups to tabs, 1276–1279

adding command to Quick Access Toolbar from, 34

building well-formed XML for, 1270–1271

collapsing, 45

customizing, 1266–1279, 1283–1302

getting accustomed to, 21

illustrated, 24, 41

main tabs, 41

not used in Visual Basic Editor, 945

quick create commands on, 590

Search box, 553–554

single- vs. multiple-document, 83–86

status bar, 25

Trust Center, 34–35

user interface functions, A90-A91

using Microsoft Office Button, 24, 25–27

Visual Basic Editor, 945–950

Windows SharePoint Services, 1167–1168

adding columns to lists, 1175–1179

creating views, 1172–1175, 1191

editing lists, 1168–1172

RecycleBin, 1179–1182, 1197

working with queries in Datasheet view, 384–386

user-defined data types, 1465

user-defined stored procedures, 1533

user-level security for .accdb files, 12

users

application design feedback from, A6

controlling form filtering and modifications by, 673–674

forms requiring input from, 524–525

making design changes on forms, 589

preventing use of window controls by, 675

restricting form views for, 670–671

USysRibbons table, 1266–1269

creating, 1266

displaying, 1266–1267

loading

custom Ribbons from, 1284–1285

during startup, 1267–1268

Ribbons into Access data projects, 1286




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