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    Custom toolbar for Reports (Access 2K)

    Is there a way to have a custom toolbar open up anytime a report is viewed or do I have to code each individual report?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Custom toolbar for Reports (Access 2K)

    Nevermind, I just added a custom button to the default toolbar which runs the macro I needed.

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    Re: Custom toolbar for Reports (Access 2K)

    Well, this works on the original computer, but the custom button does not appear on the default toolbar on another computer.

    Help!

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    Re: Custom toolbar for Reports (Access 2K)

    You would need to include code in your application to add the button to the standard toolbar. It's a better idea to create a custom toolbar and include that with your application. You can use the same commands as the standard toolbar plus your additional button. Turn off the default menubar and set your custom menu to be the default. However, it is easy enough to attach a toolbar to each report, and that's generally what I do. If you distribute a runtime, you need to use code to show and hide the toolbar on the open and close of the report, but that's also easily done.
    Charlotte

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    Re: Custom toolbar for Reports (Access 2K)

    thanks for the assistance.

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