7 years ago in MS Access

In MS-Access to open new database press

[A] CTRL+N
[B] CTRL+O
[C] ALT+F4
[D] None of these
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Ashi S
Ashi S - 7 months ago

Ashi S from Srinagar, India is saying CTRL+O is correct answer

K Sf
K Sf - 8 months ago

K Sf from Central, Hong Kong is saying CTRL+N is correct answer

Ayush Shukla
Ayush Shukla - 11 months ago

Ayush Shukla is saying CTRL+O is correct answer

Kadavergu Srujith
Kadavergu Srujith - 1 year ago

Kadavergu Srujith from Hyderabad, India is saying CTRL+N is correct answer

Aftab Ahmad
Aftab Ahmad - 1 year ago

Aftab Ahmad from Karachi, Pakistan is saying CTRL+N is correct answer

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