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Disable Shift Key. Help!

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Hi i'm trying to disable the shift key from allowing users to access
the design view. I've done a search in groups and know i need to
somehow do AllowBypassKey.

Everywhere i look there is code and answers that dont seem to work or
make sense. I want to set the bypass key to be a combination of shift +
B.

Please could someone detail the code and let me know exactly where to
place it and how to get it to run.

I am new to access. And i have looked at examples but no one out there
seems to have detailed a difinative method of doing this.

Please please please help.

Cheers

Nov 13 '05 #1
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simonmarkjo...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi i'm trying to disable the shift key from allowing users to access
the design view. I've done a search in groups and know i need to
somehow do AllowBypassKey.

Everywhere i look there is code and answers that dont seem to work or
make sense. I want to set the bypass key to be a combination of shift +
B.

Please could someone detail the code and let me know exactly where to
place it and how to get it to run.

I am new to access. And i have looked at examples but no one out there
seems to have detailed a difinative method of doing this.

Please please please help.

Cheers


You can disable the Shift key property so that a user can not open the
db with the Shift key down and bypass your StartUP options.

If you are looking for a code option, you cannot do better than use the
method and code described on the forum below.

http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/...ad.php?t=36043

Nov 13 '05 #2

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