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Old December 8th, 2004, 03:42 PM
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Yes please, If I could at least disable the File-Print menu item, that would be great. Menu bar also, I could make a standard toolbar with Close Report only on it... Thanks
 
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For the menu, I have found:

Reports!rpt1.MenuBar = "Nothing"

It will cancel the current menu and put instead mine which included nothing...
This way, he can only make a print screen, or add the tollbar, but we think that user are not that understandable of computer to do it, and if they did, then its of no big consequence... Let me know what you find, it might be better...

Thanks a lot...
 
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That looks far better and cleaner than anything I have come up with yet, and if it works then it has another advantage over mine. I have been looking at the Startup Properties under VBA Help, but as yet they haven't yielded anything but errors!

Look like we are done though - Thanks

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Thanks a lot for your help, I appreciate it!
 
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quote:Originally posted by sbergeron
 Thanks a lot for your help, I appreciate it!
Try this.. IT WORKS! I had your same issue..

I found out how to do this... it's so simple, but I
haven't used it in a long time so I forgot. In case anyone
else wants to know ... create a macro called AutoKeys,
inside the macro put ^P inside the macro name column (You may have to go to the view menu to make this column visible)
(leave all other columns blank) [- Here I departed and selected a "beep" for the macro command - Give that ol' user a hint that he's not allowed to print using ctrl-p!!]. Now the user can't use
CTRL+P to print a report





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