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Jim Dettman
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Dale Fye2016-04-15 10:32 AMID: 1905826
After seeing several posts recently in this and other forums, I wrote an article about how I deal with NavPane visibility.  It is now available for review here.  Basically, it provides the code I use to hide the NavPane at run time, and the code I use for linking Access, Excel, and CSV files to a database without causing the NavPane to become visible, as it does when using the TransferXXXX methods.
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Nick672016-04-15 10:34 AMID: 1905827
Thanks Dale!
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Nick672016-04-15 01:44 PMID: 1905857
I have an article here
https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/27459/Disabling-FilterOnLoad-and-OrderOnLoad-in-mixed-MS-Access-application-deployments.html

It took a decade, but I can finally kill FilterOnLoad in mixed environments.
It may be of interest to anyone who has played with the Properties collection like here
http://allenbrowne.com/ser-69.html
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Jim Dettman (EE MVE)2016-06-20 12:02 PMID: 1918488
FYI:

line number copy bug with code snippets is fixed:

https://www.experts-exchange.com/discussions/217702/20-June-2016-Release-Notes.html#c1918486

Jim.
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Nick672016-06-20 12:14 PMID: 1918491
They did some nice legerdemain with it.
The line number display until you mouseover, and then they go away.
I like it.

Cleaning all that up was annoying!
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Jim Dettman (EE MVE)2016-08-02 04:11 AMID: 1927106
I posted this as a new discussion and also here so hopefully everyone gets the message.

Some major changes are occurring and coming at EE.:

https://www.experts-exchange.com/discussions/217783/Community-Administration-Updates.html#c1927024

https://www.experts-exchange.com/discussions/217807/The-Next-Chapter-for-Experts-Exchange.html

In short, EE HQ has taken over site administration, and Q&A at some point will become free.

Jim Dettman
MS Access Topic Adviser
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