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Turning a separator id invisible in the Access 2007 ribbon

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Hello all,

I'm a bit stumped on this one. I have a ribbon menu where I am allowing the
users to hide main options that they don't use. I use a separator id in
between each option to get a separtor bar in the menu ribbon. However...When
hiding a main button, the separator doesn't hide automatically (like I had
hoped). So, I added code for a "onGetVisible" event, and used the line below
in the ribbon.

<separator id="sepM1" getVisible="onGetVisible"/>

I know the onGetVisible code works, and returns False, as I put a break and
Invalidated the control. I'm at a complete loss on this one. Microsoft's
site clearly states that getVisible or even Visible is a valid property for
a separator ID.

For the heck of it, I replaced getVisible="onGetVisible" with a simple
visible="false", then closed down the database, re-opened, and the separator
line still won't hide.

Anyone have an idea on this one?


Sep 5 '07 #1
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