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I have a strange situation. I have a fairly large application that I
have converted to Access 2007.

I realize the "toolbar" structure has changed. Instead of a toolbar,
we now have to right-click on reports to get the custom toolbar
options. It works fine on my PC and one other but doesn't on several
others. All the other users see is a "zoom" button.

Is there an option in Access that sets this off globally. There must
be something that I am missing here. The old developer's problem ...
"works fine on some computers".

Thanks in Advance for any assistance
Aug 15 '08 #1
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On Fri, 15 Aug 2008 10:30:20 -0700 (PDT), ia*********@gmail.com wrote:

Your best bet is to develop a Ribbon; that's the way A2007 wants you
to do it. Anything else and YMMV.
Several applications I checked would have their custom toolbar show up
under the Add-Ins menu.

-Tom.
Microsoft Access MVP
>I have a strange situation. I have a fairly large application that I
have converted to Access 2007.

I realize the "toolbar" structure has changed. Instead of a toolbar,
we now have to right-click on reports to get the custom toolbar
options. It works fine on my PC and one other but doesn't on several
others. All the other users see is a "zoom" button.

Is there an option in Access that sets this off globally. There must
be something that I am missing here. The old developer's problem ...
"works fine on some computers".

Thanks in Advance for any assistance
Aug 16 '08 #2

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