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Securing MS Access 2010

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In previous versions of Access I could change the startup settings to show only the form I wanted to display.

I opened options and chose the form I want in to display on statup.

When I open the the db the application displays all the table and queries.

How can I display the form only (no objects)? and not allow the user to hold the shift key down?
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See if this link helps......

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/826765
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Access MVP) earned 500 total points
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Turn off the Navigation Pane (see image) and use this tool to disable the Shift Key:

The link below contains an MDB which allows you to 'set' and 'reset' the Shift Key Bypass from a REMOTE mdb.  
It's very cool. Scroll down the page to 'By Pass Shift Key Code'
And it works in A2010 also.
http://www.kallal.ca/msaccess/msaccess.html

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oops "How can I display the form only"

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