Remove Menu Bar MS Access

Posted on 2009-02-17
Last Modified: 2013-11-28
I have a small application in MS Access that I have disabeled the default menu at startup and set up my own blank menu. however another menu bar is appearing. I dont know what it is or how to remove it. can someone help? thanks.
Question by:paganji
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    Expert Comment

    Looks to me like it is a custom menubar within the database and if it is not yours then you should be able to delete it by going into the customize menubars option.
    Cheers, Andrew

    Author Comment

    I have de-selected all of the menubars in the customize option, and yet it still appears.
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    Accepted Solution

    There could be code making it appear so seach for the menubar name in your VBA modules, there could also be a property set on one of your forms are in the Startup properties. Deleting the Menubar would atleast get you to an error to find the code.
    Cheers, Andrew

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