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Custom ShortCutMenus in DataSheet View

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Hi all, I'm trying to replace the default shortcutmenus that you get
when you right-click a form in datasheet view. By default you get
different menus for when you click a column (you can hide and freeze
columns), a row (you can delete and insert rows), or a single cell (you
can filter on the cell contents).

I can work out how to replace the single cell shortcutmenu (you assign
your custom menu to the underlying control) but not how to change the
row and column shortcutmenus.

Any helpers??, TIA,

Peter

Nov 13 '05 #1
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You'll need to customize the menus. Right-click any menu and choose
Customize. Switch to the Toolbars tab and check off the "Shortcut
Menus" item. This will open a menu bar that contains all of the
built-in context menus. However, any changes you make apply to all
databases.

HTH,
Russell Sinclair

Nov 13 '05 #2

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Hi Russell,

Thanks for response. I should have said that I've turned off all
standard short-cut menus to semi-secure the system. I just want to
turn them back on for this particular datasheet and nowhere else in
the system.

Regards,

Peter

rs*******@metacrawler.com wrote in message news:<11*********************@z14g2000cwz.googlegr oups.com>...
You'll need to customize the menus. Right-click any menu and choose
Customize. Switch to the Toolbars tab and check off the "Shortcut
Menus" item. This will open a menu bar that contains all of the
built-in context menus. However, any changes you make apply to all
databases.

HTH,
Russell Sinclair

Nov 13 '05 #3

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