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    Get Rid of Database Window in Toolbar (Access XP)

    I have converted some Access databases from Access 97 to Access 2002. I have the Startup set up to not show the database window. The application opens up with a form. After I converted it, when the user opens up the database, the form is open, but there are 2 items in the taskbar, the form and the database. If the user clicks on the database one, they can see the database window, which lets them see the tables, etc.

    This is not a good thing, I have some users that know enough to be dangerous. Please help. How can I get the database window not to show up on the toolbar?

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    Re: Get Rid of Database Window in Toolbar (Access XP)

    Create a custom toolbar, and set the toolbar property of all your forms to this toolbar.

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    Re: Get Rid of Database Window in Toolbar (Access XP)

    Thanks for the advice. I had already done that & it was still coming up. I read in Access Help that I had to go to Tools, Options and uncheck the "Windows in Taskbar" option in the View tab. It's working fine now.

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