N/APosted on - 11/02/2012
I have a program written in MS Access 2000 and it has two toolbars. I want to delete the first one, without affecting the position of the 2nd one. Currently the 2nd toolbar snaps into 1st toolbar's place.
I have an application in MDB and want to without toolbar
Ms access 2000 having different menus and when we want to remove one of menu set type = 1 property of menu I the form then ms access able to modify the properties first select from where want to remove menu then go to view menu then select design view then choose properties in view menu in case sheet property not appear then press other tab in the sheet then change type = 1 then select form view in view menu.
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