View objects in a database by using the Database window.
Using Database Window to navigate Access
The database window is the table of contents for the database—it allows you to see lists of the different types of objects in the database, and open those objects in the views available for that type of object. In addition, the Database window provides icons and buttons for you to use to create new objects. The Objects bar on the Database window allows you to choose which type of Access object is listed in the Database window. For instance, if you click the Tables button you see a list of tables in the database, and likewise for the Queries,Forms, and Reports buttons.
Once you have chosen the type of object by clicking the appropriate button in the Object bar, the easiest way to view the object is to double-click the object name in the Database window. Navigating the database An object window may take up only part of the Access window, or it may be maximized to fill the Access window.
Use the maximize button
and the restore button
buttons to switch between the two options.
You can minimize a window by using the minimize button
To close an object window click the window’s close button