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Hiding toolbars

Hiding toolbars in MS Access Interactive topic (part of our Microsoft Access group).

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shane
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i know its possible to hide toolbars on different forms from users but I havnt been able to get it working. Has anyone any ideas regards code?
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jdschram
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you might need to be a little more specific, do you want to hide the bars on the form(like the close/minimize button) or the toolbar on top...the file - view - etc bar....also, do you want the bar to be different for each form?
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shane
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Thanks for your help. I need to hide the form design from users on all reports, basically in my system the only toolbar I want the user to see is the one I have created. i dont want the user to be able to edit the forms in any way. I would also like to hide the minimise and maximise button also. Any ideas?
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