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new to Access 2010.... converted mdb to accdb ... startup properties

Posted on 2013-05-22
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Hi EE,

Under A2003:

Many years ago,  a colleague, who i lost touch with
      gave me logic to set up application properites

Although a user can break into a mdb using shift + f11
    he showed me how to use application properties
             to hide menu bars etc.  when want the screen to operate in prod mode
             to show menu bars etc   when want to test.

He taught me to create 2 transparent buttons.
        alt+p   - would set the screen to prod mode
        alt+t    - would set the screen to test mode

Uploaded a sample mdb that converted to accdb.
Made the 2 command buttons described above visible.

When i do alt+p, am getting an error when creating the start up form property....
              "type mismatch"

Could you pls help me fix this error,
tx, sandra
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2013-05-21b-error.bmp
2013-05-21c-error.bmp
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Alt+P is the Print command, so I assume your colleague has included custom code to "set the screen to prod mode" and such. You'd have to find that code (most likely it's in a macro named AutoKeys).
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<Uploaded a sample mdb that converted to accdb.>

there is nothing uploaded.. try again
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Hi Gentlemen,

tx for responding,

just uploaced accdb file.

tx so much, s
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Arrange your References in this order

x
since you  are using Office 2010, the references with "12" should be "14"
EE-ARG-00-MainSystem-frontend.accdb
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tx Cap!

will get back to you...    s
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Hi Cap,

when i open accdb on my machine this is what shows:
2013-05-22a-error.bmp
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U.S. Department of Agriculture and Acronis Access

With the new era of mobile computing, smartphones and tablets, wireless communications and cloud services, the USDA sought to take advantage of a mobilized workforce and the blurring lines between personal and corporate computing resources.

 

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use the ARROWS UP- DOWN to position the references
DO NOT Delete them
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Hi Cap,

when i compare my image to your image, i reversed the last 2 checked items

to put extensibility  before object library

is this what you mean? bec. i still get the error.....

tx, s
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upload a new image of your references
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Look at the image i posted above, and follow the ARRANGEMENT (from the TOP) of the references.
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Hi Cap,

your're right.... i fixed the references and it works...

i still have more questions, so will create new posts,

tx for your help, s
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