Fix faulty VBA save functionality; add VBE auto-save and database recycle bin; add much better undo functionality
The Visual Basic editor should have an auto-save option. Code doesn't take much disk space, so this should be a default option (just like Word has an auto-save function). A couple of times, I lost a great deal of code EVEN THOUGH I SAVED IT, when Access crashed. Obviously, something didn't work with your Visuals Basic save function, as I lost my changes. That needs to be fixed. Nowadays, I'm copying my code to another text editor, just in case Access crashes and I lose my work.
You should have a recycle bin in Access for deleted tables. Upon exiting Access, you can they query the user as to whether they would like to clear their recycle bin. I accidentally deleted a table once, full of data, and had no way to get it back. Surely, in this day and age, a recycle bin for database objects is obviously useful functionality.
Your undo functionality should be better. I should be able to undo up to 100 steps, and then also be able to redo those 100 steps.
@Mark FYI: The Access team are not responsible for the VBE. VBA is common to all of Office.