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Runtime Access 2007 - can I create custom toolbars?

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I have a dilemia, I have an application that I am having to make some changes to in order for it to run sucessfully under Runtime 2007. We are currently working on upgrading from 2000 to 2007. The users will be running the apps under 'Runtime Access 2007' Here is my dilema... This application is used as a 'stand alone', basically, my users get a copy of the 'master' database and enter their data specifically for one account, each account they audit has a new copy of 'master' created so there is one .mdb per each account.
In 2000, on the datasheets you can right click and copy/paste, delete records and other functions. In Runtime Access 2007, you can not use the right click on a datasheet to do these functions. I built a custom toolbar in my 2007 version of the application, however, for all the account mdbs that are under the old version (without my 2007 changes) will not have the custom toolbar so will have no facility to use the copy/paste and delete record functions. Someone mentioned creating an 'add-in' for Runtime Access 2007 that would bring in a custom toolbar. I am just so lost on how to handle this.... does anyone have any suggestions on the best way to do this? I don't even know if I can do this in Runtime Access. Any advice would be appreciated!!!
Jun 23 '09 #1
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