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Remove Access scroll bars

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Would like to remove both the "X" button
and the scroll bars from Access 2000.
Am planning on restricting exiting the
database from a close button on each form button only.
I believe some API code is necessary - at least that's
what KB 300688 appears to say.
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Do you know that in each form you can set an option on whether or not
a. there is a close button (the X)
b. what scroll bars are shown

a. open the form in design view
b. double-click on the black dot in the upper left hand corner
c. on the properties dialog, go to the format tab and
find the appropriate items

Is this too simplistic???

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Nov 13 '05 #2

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Sorry I wasn't clear.
I'm referencing the Access application itself,
NOT the Access forms. I'm attempting to
"unclutter" my forms - which take up the
entire sceen in datasheet view. The
scrollbars on Access itself are an additional
obstacle I would like to remove.
"WindAndWaves" <ac****@ngaru.com> wrote in message
news:k1********************@news.xtra.co.nz...
Do you know that in each form you can set an option on whether or not
a. there is a close button (the X)
b. what scroll bars are shown

a. open the form in design view
b. double-click on the black dot in the upper left hand corner
c. on the properties dialog, go to the format tab and
find the appropriate items

Is this too simplistic???

Nicolaas
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(b) you are not the intended recipient
(c) you consider this email to be spam.
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none of the above are applicable. THANK YOU
Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com).
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