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Old February 20th, 2008, 08:10 AM
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It is possible to make form shortcut in ms office access 2007 ?

I want to make shortcut for the users data
entries. When users click the form shortcut, it open the main
menu form only how ?

user should not open all db, tables, forms queries etc...
just open main menu form ?

Thanks and regards
Mateen



 
Old March 28th, 2008, 07:48 AM
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If you set the current database options from the Office button on your ribbon, you can set to hide the new task menu and open Your main menu when db is started. Another way is to download the developer kit from microsoft and create a runtime version of your db, however you will still need to know how to create startup forms (your main menu) and open them automatically.
Have a look at the "access options" which can be accessed by click the office button from within access

Cheers







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