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    bid19123 is offline Novice
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    New objects not appearing and deleted items remaining in navigation pane

    I am running Access 2010 as part of the Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 suite. My operating system is Windows 7 Enterprise with Service Pack 1. When I create any object such as table query or form it does not appear in the Navigation Pane unless I either exit the program or change the navigation pane view. The same applies to objects I delete. Although I can work with the program it makes it very difficult and frustrating to have to do this for every object creation/deletion I make. I would greatly appreciate any advice or solution to this problem.

    Thanks



    Alan

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    aytee111 is offline Competent At Times
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    Never heard of this. Pressing f5 or Refresh will save you having to close the program. Doesn't fix the problem, tho.

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    bid19123 is offline Novice
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    pressing F5 works. Thanks!. I searched the web and a number of users of Access 2010 have reported this. One found a solution by installing Service pack 2. Unfortunately I cant do this as when I try I get a message telling me no products affected by this package installed on my system.

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