Davinder Singh
Davinder Singh - 4 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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Pankaj Sharma
Pankaj Sharma - 7 months ago

Pankaj Sharma from Ahmedabad, India is saying CTRL+N is correct answer

gajendra singh
gajendra singh - 7 months ago

gajendra singh from Jaipur, India is saying CTRL+O is correct answer

Abhishek Gupta
Abhishek Gupta - 8 months ago

Abhishek Gupta from Allahabad, India is saying CTRL+O is correct answer

SHIV
SHIV - 8 months ago

SHIV from Delhi, India is saying CTRL+N is correct answer

sanjay kumar agarwal
sanjay kumar agarwal - 8 months ago

sanjay kumar agarwal from Kolkata, India is saying ALT+F4 is correct answer

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