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hide database in ms access on open

Posted on 2013-11-22
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Hi Experts

firstly apologies if this has been already covered.
using ms access 2003

I have managed to successfully make my user form open when ms access opens. ..but it also displays windows showing the tables, queries etc..

I do not want the end user to see this on open....just the form.
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from the menu

Tools > startup> Database window

clear the database window check box
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by:route217
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Thanks for the feedback...

if I wanted to re display. ..would f11 work...or what are the steps
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F11 to redisplay, yes
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