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Disable F12 Key on all the Access Form?

Posted on 2008-10-14
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When click the F12 key on any form of Acces, the default action is pop up a window save form as......, I don't like to show this thing for customer, i know it can set the keyDown function keyCode =0, but have to set every form, I think this thing can make a gobal method or function to set it, how?
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by:jpaulino
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You can simply selec Tools - Startup and uncheck "Use Access Special Keys".
You also can find some workarounds in here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS_Access/Q_23144529.html
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by:jpaulino
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Please ignore my first comment. F12 doesn't belong to Access Special Keys.
Try the workarounds
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by:Rey Obrero
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create a macro

from the database objects window, select macro > new
click the Macro Names icon from the tool bar to show the Macro Names column in the macro designer window
in that column type  {F12}    include the curly braces
save the macro as  AutoKeys  
done...
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by:Uncochen
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Hi capricorn1, Sorry! I am not very understand what your description, Can you upload a sample for me please! thank you!
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try this
dbAutoKeys.mdb
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with all the instruction  plus the example db... you gave a grade of B????
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