Is there a method to hide it completly?
Bparkinson, 10:42 AM # 6 MarvinM Newly Registered User Join Date: Nov 2013 Posts: 64 Thanks: 24 Thanked 7 Times in international fire engineering guidelines 6 Posts Re: Hide Navigation Pane in Access 2010 abzalali, If you want age of castles keygen to hide the nav pane from the users when they open.
why do people call me a geek?Hi, You can go to the settings menu and do it from there.The navigation then maximizes and is fully restored when the form is closed or in design mode.The following is a list of topics that explain how to use Modules in Access.Only when I exit Access and come in again does it work, but again, only for the first time and not subsequently. .Not my fault I enjoy coding for fun!If your AutoExec function takes very os legados de lorien epub long to run, a good option would be to create a "splash screen" which is a form that you can open to entertain the users for the few seconds that they have to wait for your application to get.
As I debug, I want to be able to see the results of specific queries and tables as.
Following the thread on hiding the toolbar and navigation pane, I have come across the following problem: I have a form which acts as a main menu and opens at start. .
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In this function, you put all the VBA code that you want to happen when a user starts your application.
Thanks: 1, thanked 19 Times in 19 Posts Re: Hide Navigation Pane in Access 2010 I use this code to completely hide the nav pane: vigateTo nCommand acCmdWindowHide And this to un-hide it: lectObject acTable, "MSysObjects True The Following User Says Thank You to bparkinson.Else nCommand acCmdWindowHide sible True owToolbar "Ribbon acToolbarNo ption " Show Navigation Pane and Toolbar".For this, you would put the OpenForm action in your AutoExec macro ahead of the Run Code.I am debugging an access application built by another developer.I use this to show / hide the toolbar: If pubShowRibbonBar False Then owToolbar "Ribbon acToolbarNo, else owToolbar "Ribbon acToolbarYes, end If pubShowRibbonBar is set when the user logs.join Date: Oct 2011.Posts: 134, thanks: 1, thanked 36 Times in 11 Posts.Second, you create a macro named "AutoExec".