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Chapter 9.  Making the Most of Your User... > Create a Form with No Menu or Toolba...

9.2. Create a Form with No Menu or Toolbar

9.2.1. Problem

You'd like to completely disable menus for a form, and the toolbar too. Is there any way to remove menus and toolbars from a form?

9.2.2. Solution

If you set the MenuBar property of a form to point to a macro in Access that contains no macro actions, you can trick Access into not displaying any menus. This solution demonstrates this trick and also discusses how you can apply it to the global menus of an application. In addition, you'll learn how to use VBA code to remove a form's toolbar.


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