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Hi Folk

I am building an access application and one thing that I am having trouble
with is menu bars, tool bars and other start-up procedures.

What I want is hide all the menu bars and toolbars and instead have my own
....

file, edit, view, etc... bar

that is pretty similar to the standard one, just a little different (e.g.
hide some options and give others more prominence). I don't want to protect
my source code or anything like that, I just want to make it look good and
easy for my users....

I was wondering what is the standard type of procedure for setting menus and
tool bars in an application.

TIA

- Nicolaas
Nov 13 '05 #1
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"windandwaves" <wi*********@coldmail.com> wrote in message
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Hi Folk

I am building an access application and one thing that I am having trouble
with is menu bars, tool bars and other start-up procedures.

What I want is hide all the menu bars and toolbars and instead have my own ...

file, edit, view, etc... bar

that is pretty similar to the standard one, just a little different (e.g. hide
some options and give others more prominence). I don't want to protect my
source code or anything like that, I just want to make it look good and easy
for my users....

I was wondering what is the standard type of procedure for setting menus and
tool bars in an application.


The startup options allow you to hide all built in menus and toolbars and to
specify a main menu bar for your application (here you can specify a menu you
created). In addition each report and form has properties for displaying
different menu bars and command bars as they are opened (again these would be
ones that you create).

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