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Help! Access built-in toolbar disappeared - cannot get it back from tools->start-up

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An access 2000 database is used by a number of users on a windows xp
professional machine. Users logon to the machine using their own
individual windows login name and password. The database is in a
folder acccessible by all users. One of the users reported that the
built-in toolbar disappeared fro the screen. I cannot get built-in
toolbar back for this particular user. For all the other users i can
make the built-in toolbar appear and disapear by ticking and unticking
the 'Allow built-in toolbars' via tools->stratup menu. Any help on
this will be appreciated.

Jan 10 '07 #1
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That user may have turned off or dragged the toolbar someplace off-screen,
toolbar settings are stored with the user setting. Does the report toolbar
show when you open a report, if so right click the tool bar to verify that
the form view is checked on. Once you have it on, drag it back to it's
normal position.

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An access 2000 database is used by a number of users on a windows xp
professional machine. Users logon to the machine using their own
individual windows login name and password. The database is in a
folder acccessible by all users. One of the users reported that the
built-in toolbar disappeared fro the screen. I cannot get built-in
toolbar back for this particular user. For all the other users i can
make the built-in toolbar appear and disapear by ticking and unticking
the 'Allow built-in toolbars' via tools->stratup menu. Any help on
this will be appreciated.

Jan 10 '07 #2

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