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access 2007 custom shortcut menus

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Hello all,

For right-click (shortcut) menus in access 2007, I've been using a
round-about method of opening access 97 on an old computer, modifying my own
custom shortcut menus, then importing the menus only into my access 2007

This is proving cumbersome (especially since my old pc with access 97 likes
to blue screen when running acc 97), and I was wondering if there's an
easier way?

I suppose I could create new macros in access 2007 using the addmenu command
for a new macro, then creating (recreating) all my shortcut menus into macro

Using macros and macro menus would seem to have 2 drawbacks:

* Much more clutter in the Macros section, making things harder to find
* With macros you cannot assign a picture, as you could in access 97 (copy
bitmap, paste bitmap, etc.).

Thanks in advance for sharing what you're doing with shortcut menus.

Oct 6 '08 #1
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