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Suppressing Status Bar Text

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Yes, I understand that one can turn off the Status Bar in Properties,
but I rather leave on with the exception of one form. Is there a way
to address this through VBA code like OnOpen or OnLoad on the form?
Perhaps similar to StatusBarText.Visible = False?

Thanks for any tips.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Dalan wrote:
Yes, I understand that one can turn off the Status Bar in Properties,
but I rather leave on with the exception of one form. Is there a way
to address this through VBA code like OnOpen or OnLoad on the form?
Perhaps similar to StatusBarText.Visible = False?

Thanks for any tips.


Look at SysCmd and the constants acSysCmdClearStatus and
acSysCmdSetStatus. You can find examples at http://groups.google.com,
advanced search, group *Access* and search for acSysCmdClearStatus
Nov 12 '05 #2

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