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Remove the Assistant
When you first start working with Access, the Office Assistant is genuinely useful. After a while though, the animated paperclip becomes a nuisance and you'll want to go straight to the Help topics without waiting for the Assistant to appear. Removing the Assistant is straightforward:
- Press to make the Assistant appear.
- Right-click on the Assistant and pick .
- Pick the page on the dialog that appears.
- Untick the check box.
- Click on the dialog.
- Right-click on the Assistant again and pick .
The Assistant will vanish. The next time that you press, Help will appear immediately. If you do want to see the Assistant again, pick from the menu.