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IF THEN - Hide toolbars for users

P: 9
Hello,

I have made a form for entering suggestions, what I want to happen is if I open the form I can see all the toolbars, design view etc . . .

but if another user opens the form all information is hidden.



Also if possible when user "cornsg" opens the database I want that user to be shown a different form to everyone else opening it.

I have set it up so when the database is opening it auto opens a form that says welcome then after 5 secs opens a form that users imput data.


Any help will be really appreshicated please reply / email me lewis.hall@inbox.com


THANKS GUYS
Feb 6 '08 #1
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P: 446
Hi

This depends how much work you want to do!

The simplest way is to design a 'custom' menubar with only the options you want users to have access to; just Quit by the sound of it if you only have one form.

You will then have to set this to your form(s) (Form Properties > Other > Menu Bar) otherwise they will always have a default menu.

Go into Tools > Startup and un-check everything, set your Menu Bar and Startup form.

When anybody starts the system they will only have access to what you have given them on the Menu Bar.

When you start the system, hold down the Shift key while it's firing up and then you will have full design capability.

This is very basic level security but may be OK for your app.

If you want a particular user to have a different experience to others then your first screen must be a login-screen; from that you can redirect him as neccessary.

If you want something more sophisticated you'd better read the Help on User Level Security

S7
Feb 6 '08 #2

P: 9
ok thank you VERY MUCH!!! this was very helpful!

One other question.

I have the database on the network now for testing purpose's however when someone opens it, it locks the database and makes everyone else have read only access how do I make it so that everyone can use the form at the same time?

Thanks

Lewis
Feb 7 '08 #3

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