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    Start up through code? (Access 2000)

    I have received a very precious and useful advice from this forum, to replace the use of autoexec with the startup approach. And it really works.My question is, is it possible to write a code instead of manually adjsuting the form's properties to open the form Form1 on opening the database? This is becasue i have 10 similar databases, for 10 end users, and i must adjust each time the properties of each database

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    Re: Start up through code? (Access 2000)

    Why not just put the form in the startup options.
    Click Tools.. then startup .. then enter the form name

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    Re: Start up through code? (Access 2000)

    Are you saying you have 10 different databases and you want code to set the startup form? Unless those databases are opened differently depending on who opens them, that is redundant. If you set the startup form in Tools-->Startup and don't change it in code and don't allow the users access to the startup menu, it will stay set.
    Charlotte

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