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I have a shortcut menu coded in a module named CreateReportShortcutMenu()
It works but I have to run CreateReportShortcutMenu() each time the db is opened.
I thought you set it only once and never again?  

Maybe I need to autoexecute on startup?  

thanks.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 1600 total points
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<Maybe I need to autoexecute on startup?  >

yes,
you can call the CreateReportShortcutMenu() in the open event of your default form or main form.
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nice.  What I read online (on another website) apparently was not correct.  It said run 1x and forget it.  Thought I was doing something wrong.  thank you.
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