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Disable custom menu in ms access 2000 / xp

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there is a custom built menu in an ms access 2000 applications (also xp
application). all the command buttons or bars are going to be visible
but i need to disable and able according the roles (the roles are
stored in another table) associated with the user. for example there is
option for opening "Employee Form" and say that particular user doesn't
have any roles associated with the "Employee Form" so i need to disable
the "Employee Form" option in the menu for this user.

secondly can i create a menu on the fly based on the roles (to only
certain forms and reports) associated with that particular user ? if so
can some point me to the right direction?

a sample code of the above two senario would be veri helpful
thanx in advance


Nov 13 '05 #1
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