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Custom Menus being overwritten

I distribute an application with custom menus. It is distributed as an A
2000 mde. On a small number of computers my custom menus disappear and are
replaced by other menus. My users (remote to me) all claim that their Access
options are the same as they are on other computers on which the app works
OK. In one case moving from Win2K to XP solved the problem.

Has anyone else seen this and is there a way to fix the problem?

Thanks
Nov 13 '05 #1
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While a surprising number of people do not create custom menus...I am one
who is a big fan of them,a nd have used them a lot since access97.

I not come across, or seen your problem. I assume that as a mde..then allow
moving, and allow customizing menus is turned off..right? (if not...then it
could be users that are customizing menus........bu t I did not think users
can do that in the runtime!...perh aps some users have full ms-access here?).
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