- Opening and Closing a Table in Datasheet View
- Entering Data in a Table
- Displaying Records
- Creating a New Record
- Selecting an Entry
- Selecting Records and Columns
- Freezing and Unfreezing Columns
- Hiding and Unhiding Columns
- Resizing Columns
- Rearranging Columns
- Editing a Record
- Deleting a Record
- Copying an Entry
- Copying an Entire Record
- Sorting Records in Datasheet View
- Finding Data
- Replacing Data
- Formatting the Datasheet
- Changing the Font
- Checking Spelling
- Previewing and Printing a Table
Open the Tools menu and choose Spelling to open the Spelling dialog box.
When Access finds a word that does not appear in its dictionary, the word appears in the Not In Dictionary field, with suggested corrections in the Suggestions area.
If the word is, in fact, misspelled and the correct spelling is listed, click the correct spelling to select it, and click the Change button to change just this instance of the word.
To change all instances of the misspelled word, click the correct spelling in the Suggestions list and then click the Change All button.
If Access incorrectly flags a word as a misspelling, you can opt to ignore the flag. Click Ignore to skip just this instance, or Ignore All to skip all instances.
If Access incorrectly flags a word as a misspelling, and it's one you use often, click the Add button to add the word to the dictionary that Access uses to check your spelling.
Access flags the next word not found in its dictionary. Continue making selections for each of the flagged words. Access notifies you when the spell check is complete; click OK.