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.mdb View & Tools Missing in Task bar

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I am trying to access design view within a database that was created by somebody else. All i want to do is change the background colour on the user form.

I believe it isnt password protected because i used Nucleus Kernel to retrieve the password and i was told there is no password.

I have tried holding shift when opening the file, nothing happened, toolbar options still missing.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you!
Mar 12 '08 #1
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cori25
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Did you use the shift, enter and hold shift?
Mar 12 '08 #2

Scott Price
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What happens when you right-click on the form in question?

Regards,
Scott
Mar 12 '08 #3

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Nothing at all happens on pressing and holding shift.

Scott - Nothing happens on right clicking

Sorry for the late reply guys and thanks for trying to help.

Sabina
Mar 17 '08 #4

Scott Price
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Sabina,

Have a look at How to Unsecure a Secure Access Database including the comments.

Any information we give you above and beyond what is contained in the link would be verging on unethical and not allowed on this site :-) I'm not questioning your stated intent of only changing the background color of the form in question, however, anyone else who stumbles across this thread in the future would be able to use such information for other uses.

If the information in the link doesn't work for you, I'm sorry, but we won't allow information about how to hack a secure database on this site. Any such information will be deleted.

Regards,
Scott
Mar 17 '08 #5

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Sabina,

Have a look at How to Unsecure a Secure Access Database including the comments.

Any information we give you above and beyond what is contained in the link would be verging on unethical and not allowed on this site :-) I'm not questioning your stated intent of only changing the background color of the form in question, however, anyone else who stumbles across this thread in the future would be able to use such information for other uses.

If the information in the link doesn't work for you, I'm sorry, but we won't allow information about how to hack a secure database on this site. Any such information will be deleted.

Regards,
Scott
Yeh understand what you are saying thanks.
Having read the post though there is no password request or need to log in?
Mar 17 '08 #6

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