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Default Hiding Tables/Forms

I have currently office xp version , and i want to hide all the tables from user , and maybe some forms . I tried to create MDE file , but it doesn't work (and it supposed to hide code only - the another thing that i want to hide) . Is there option/s to do this???

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To hide all aspects other than what you want the user to see, you first want to either create your own menus (or use the switchboard manager to do this).

Then go under Tools and then Startup and unclick the options to display or not display the menus.

Hope this helps.

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