Using autoexec macro to remove default menu bar and database window
Posted on 1998-08-31
Hi folks, I'm using A97.
In A2.0, you used to be able to say "database.hide" or something to that effect to hide the main database window. I don't find that functionality among the macro options in A97. What's the proper macro command to hide the database window as part of the autoexec (macro) process?
Also, I'd like to hide the default menu bar, so that none shows during runtime. Unfortunately, while the "built-in menu" shows up as one of the toolbars in Access' interactive mode, when I try to find it as an argument to the "ShowToolbar" macro command, it's not there. How can I execute this most simply?
Finally, I have a "developer reset" macro that lets me quickly return to my preferred settings for working on the app. If you have answers to the above, I'd also appreciate the way to reset these items to visible for that purpose.