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userform to open up when ms access opens 2003

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how would you go straight to the user form when access 2003 opens and hide he database properties window....

also user can go to database properties window by pressing F11.

whats the step by step guide
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i think you need to have a research on the startup options of Access.

"The startup options that are defined for an Access file determine how the file looks and how the file behaves when you open the file. You can set the startup options by using the startup user interface or by using the AutoExec macro."

FYI - How to enforce or disable the startup options in an Access database project
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/826765
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Thanks for feedback...

how would I do the autoexec macro route....

looking at link.
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I am look to go straight to the userform on open form name form_macros
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Solved it....
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