Clicked X on custom toolbar in Access 2007 - cannot get it back

I have a database with a toolbar menu that was created in Access 2003. A user clicked and dragged the menu off of the top part of the window then clicked X to close it. I cannot figure out how to get the menu back on their machine.

The menu bar is a 2003 style, and incorperated within 2007.

I attached some images to show how it was removed from the screen.

Thanks for the help ahead of time!

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In vba

Commandbars("youcommandbar").visible = true
DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft Access MVP)Database Architect / Systems AnalystCommented:
Put these two lines of code in a VBA Function, then call that function from the VBA Immediate window.

   CommandBars("YourMenuBarName").Enabled = True
   CommandBars("YourMenuBarName").Visible = True


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filtrationproductsAuthor Commented:
I tried it but i get the following error;

Runtime Error 5
invalid procedure call or argument
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filtrationproductsAuthor Commented:
Wait that worked!
What the name of your custom commandbar menu?
DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft Access MVP)Database Architect / Systems AnalystCommented:
Twice within 2 hours - almost same situation came up, with same solution.

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