Let's take a closer look at the current table. First notice thethat appears to the left of the first record in the table. Thisis the , and it shows the record that you are currently workingon.Next, take a look at the near the bottom of the screen, asshown inFigure 1-19. The record navigation buttons displaythe number of records in the current database and allow youto move between these records.
Click the Next Record button on the .
Other ways to move to the next necord are to clickanywhere in the record (if it is displayed on the screen), or topress the down arrow keyAccess moves to the next record in the table. Notice that therecord selector moves to the next record and that theRecord Navigation bar indicates that you are currently viewingRecord 2.
Click the button on the Record Navigation bar.
Another way to move to the last record is to press Ctrl +End (when not editing the record).Tables will often contain too much information to display onthe screen at once and you will have to use the vertical scrollbar to move up or down and/or the horizontal scroll bar tomove left or right. Since the current database only containsnine records, Access can display all of them on the screen atonce. However you will still need to use the horizontal scrollbar in order to see all of the table's fields.6.Click the Scroll Right button on the horizontal scroll bar at thebottom of the screen to scroll to the right.