That can be done, in a few different ways, but it basically gets rid of the entire Access UI, which you may or may not want to do.
If you have a form that is always open, you can set it to Maximize on load, have it's properties be Popup and Modal, and the Border Style = None
That's one way.
Another way to really hide the UI (rather than just cover it up) would be to use the code here:
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