How to Show or Hide Status Bar in Access

A status bar is a horizontal window at the bottom of a window, and it displays various types of status information. On the Access the status baryou can switch the active window between one of the available views using the commands available in the status bar.

How to Show or Hide Status Bar in Access

Follow the steps to disable status bar in Access:

  1. Click on the File tab in the menu bar.
  2. In Backstage view, click Options.
  3. An Access Options dialog will open.
  4. Click Current Database in the left pane.
  5. Under the Application Options section, uncheck the Show status box
  6. Then click OK.
  7. Close the Access file.
  8. Now reopen Access and you will see that the status toolbar has disappeared from the Access window.

Click it File tab in the menu bar.

In the backstage view, click Choice.

A Access Options dialog box will open.

Click on Current database in the left pane.

Under the Application Options section, uncheck the Show status checkbox.

Then click Okay.

Close the Access file.

Now reopen Access and you will see that the status toolbar has disappeared from the Access window.

Now read: How to set document window options in Access

What is the title bar in Access?

The title bar displays the file name and the program you are using. The title bar is at the top of the program. In Microsoft Office, you can click and drag the title bar to move the application anywhere on your computer screen.

How to show toolbar in Access?

To display both the standard toolbar and the formatting toolbar in Microsoft Office 365; Press the Ctrl + F1 combo keys or click the ribbon view button and select the Show tabs only option. You can also right-click on the right of the ribbon and select Collapse Ribbon.

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