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Allowing Right Click Menus As Needed

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I have a very large Access 2000 database that for security reasons years ago
I had disabled all right click menus at start up. I now have a need to
develop a form front end were I want the user to be able to use all the
mouse right click filter options (I.e. filter for, filter by selection, sort
ascending, sort descending etc...). Is there a way to turn this right click
menu on just for this form only? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Mark
Jan 23 '08 #1
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>I have a very large Access 2000 database that for security reasons years ago I
had disabled all right click menus at start up. I now have a need to develop a
form front end were I want the user to be able to use all the mouse right click
filter options (I.e. filter for, filter by selection, sort ascending, sort
descending etc...). Is there a way to turn this right click menu on just for
this form only? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Create your own shortcut menu containing the items you want on it then enter its
name in the shortcut menu property of either the form or on individual controls
on the form.

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Rick Brandt, Microsoft Access MVP
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RBrandt at Hunter dot com
Jan 23 '08 #2

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