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MS Access - Startup menu

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Dear Sir,

I removed all tick marks in starup menu (tools -> startup) now I can't modify my programm. Sir please need your help and advice

your advice and help highly appriciated

Premdas

Duabi
Sep 12 '07 #1
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damonreid
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P: 114
Hold down Shift on startup. Re-Tick the required boxes.
Sep 12 '07 #2

P: 3
Hold down Shift on startup. Re-Tick the required boxes.
I've used the following in the past:
Open Database and Hold down the Shift key
Or
Open database
When the “Run Macros” dialog box opens select “Cancel”
Then use the View, Toolbars, Customize.
Select the Commands Tab, scroll down to the Tools option and drag this to the top toolbar.
This should then allow you to select the Startup option from the Tools, click full menu.
Bernard
Sep 12 '07 #3

P: 7
Dear Sir,

I removed all tick marks in starup menu (tools -> startup) now I can't modify my programm. Sir please need your help and advice

your advice and help highly appriciated

Premdas

Duabi

Thank you Sir, thank you very much
Sep 17 '07 #4

P: 7
I've used the following in the past:
Open Database and Hold down the Shift key
Or
Open database
When the “Run Macros” dialog box opens select “Cancel”
Then use the View, Toolbars, Customize.
Select the Commands Tab, scroll down to the Tools option and drag this to the top toolbar.
This should then allow you to select the Startup option from the Tools, click full menu.
Bernard

Thank you Sir, Thank you very much

premdasp@yahoo.com
Sep 17 '07 #5

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