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    I'm having the time of my life with shortcut menus in an Access 2007 MDB file. Now I've managed to create a custom shortcut menu, and I can't figure out how to get rid of it, or for that matter how to modify it further. It appears the only option is to create a new database, and import all of the objects, but make sure custom toolbars are turned off in the options. That seems terribly inelegant.... Can anyone suggest another alternative - I should add that in my wisdom, I failed to keep a copy of the macro I used to create the shortcut menu.
    Wendell

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    [quote name='WendellB' post='769635' date='08-Apr-2009 00:48'][/quote]
    To create a Shortcut Menu Bar use the code at this page:
    Access 2007 VBA Programmer's Reference - Google Book Search
    To remove a Shortcut Menu Bar use :
    Application.CommandBars("ShortcutMenuBarName").Del ete
    Francois

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