Get your free copy of the complete tutorial at ww.teachyou.com for free. If you are using Access 2010, then you have the ability to quickly and easily create a navigation form that will allow you to the same function as a switchboard form within your database. A navigation form simply contains buttons that you can click in order to open other database objects, such as reports or other related forms. To create a navigation form, simply click the navigation button that appears in the forms group on the create tab within the ribbon. Then, select the desired style of navigation form that you would like to create from the drop-down listing that appears. To create the navigation form content, click and drag the desired database objects for which you want to create buttons from the navigation pane into the add new section of the navigation form. As you drop the items into this section, Access will automatically create button links to the objects and also display the objects within the designated section shown in the navigation form. Now, when you're finished, simply click the Save button in the quick access toolbar to save your navigation form. If you like what you see, pick up your free copy of the complete tutorial at ww.teachyou.com for free.