Hide Office Button - Access 2007 - to allow edit form from combo's but still hide access options

Posted on 2008-02-07
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Last Modified: 2013-11-29
It's been asked before but just in case any one has any bright ideas. Is there any way to hide the Office Button - Access 2007.

It's causing me a problem because I want to allow the edit form  link from combo's and  to do this you have to "allow full menus".  But if you do this you also allow "Access Options" on the button menu - which just opens everything up  
(I use a blank ribbbon and accde - so the design and ribbon menus aren't a problem)

The only alternative is for me to create my own combo update but i wanted to avoid this.

Question by:Louverril
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jefftwilley earned 2000 total points
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At last Mention, that is still an untouchable item. Here is a good article that talks about the subject.


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Wish this anser was otherwise but it is the correct answer..

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