Are you using the correct schema reference: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...DisplayLang=en
I assume the USysRibbons table is local to the database, and not on a back end somewhere.
Here is the proper table format:
RibbonName TEXT (255) PRIMARY KEY,
Also, to see the errors, you must enable the Show Add-In User Interface Errors option in the General section of the Advanced group of the Access Options dialog box. This may show you why the ribbon is not loading.
When you get this working, you can create a file called Blank12.accdb in Office\Templates, and everytime you create a new database, Access uses that as the Blank template. Put your ribbons in that file (you will have to create the file). This works like master in SQL Server.
See: Chapter 12 - Customizing the Ribbon
Access 2007 VBA Programmer's Reference
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