I've developed an access database for a friend; I've attached a stripped down version to focus on the area. In the past when making access databases, I've like to hide all of the ribbons and database window from the user. I think it looks a little more professional and sometimes has security reasons (for those who are honest and just like to play around with things they are not supposed to) in doing so.
For this application, however, I need to make the right click available so that the user can filter the database values based on the form. If you hold shift down while opening the database, which in this case I want to allow, the toolbars and database window appear, you can open the form, and you can right click on the "title" field of the form and filter the data.
If you just double-click the application icon opening the database, the user can not filter the data. I have a macro in the background shutting down all of the toolbars and the database window. I have no idea however to skip the functionality to allow the form filter in this process.
I'm sure this is a fairly easy fix, but 3 days of googling and revising the VBA has not yet been successful. I realize now that I should have just asked here.