Switch Windows...

In Access 2003 there was cool little feature that allowed you to see the Forms you had open in the Taskbar.  This made it so you could open multiple Forms and then select the one you wanted right from the Taskbar.  Well, that's gone BUT in its place is Switch Windows located on the Home tab.  You can use this to switch back to the Main Menu (or Switchboard) to another open Form.
In this example, two forms have been opened but the F.E. & E Specifications is behind the Main Menu.  Just go to Switch Windows and select F.E. & E Specifications and the Main Menu will fall behind.

If you want to go to another form, just bring the Main Menu back to the front and make your next selection.  Whatever form you open will show on the list under Switch Windows.
The difficult I do immediately, the impossible takes a little bit longer.
Tips (Main)
Let your Client customize the form labels
Linking Subforms to an Unbound Control(s) on the Main (Parent) Form
Customize your Main Menu or Switchboard
Auto-Add new child records when adding a new record on the Main (Parent) Form
Simple Bar Chart using Shapes
Simulate a Drop Down box (not a Combo Box) as seen on Web Pages
Implement a Log-On form to control what the User sees
Make Controls resize with a Form
Assign *Permissions* based on Users Levels
New User Form
Add *Favorites* to a Continuous Form
Custom Record Selectors
Searching Records
Drill Down (for Continuous Forms)
Highlight Required Controls (End-User Defined)
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