MS Access 2010 - Access 2003 toolbar dissapeared

I have a 2003 .mdb system that is running on an Access 2010 environment for 20 users.  When it opens the old Access 2003 custom toolbar that I created appears fine, where it was supposed to be, and not in the Add-ins tab.  Result, as this is a hugely complex toolbar created over 10 years.

One of the users has dragged it to the half maximised state, and then clicked the red x on the resultant pop up to close the toolbar.

I cannot now get it back on their machine to be viewed just as it was.
Paul BarrettMDAsked:
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
Easiest thing would be to copy over a working FE from another machine to that machine and see if that fixes it.

Long term solution is to move to using the Ribbons for 2007 and later environments, regardless of the complexity of the move. You'll find less and less support for toolbars as more Windows/Office updates are rolled out, and eventually you'll run across a problem you can't fix.
Paul BarrettMDAuthor Commented:
I have tried replacing the Front End with the master but it is the same, whatever has happened has affected Access settings or properties on that users profile, all other users remain to be OK
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
In versions prior to 2007, ... I believe there was a way to "re-initialize" toolbars, ...but God only knows if it will works in 2010

Scott may know more, ...but try something like this:

commandbars("YourCustomToolBarName").Reset
commandbars("YourCustomToolBarName").Enabled = True
commandbars("YourCustomToolBarName").Visible = True

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Paul BarrettMDAuthor Commented:
Worked a treat, although the .Reset bombed out and was not needed.
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Great, ...Glad I could help.

...but remember to consider what Scott posted http://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28713945/MS-Access-2010-Access-2003-toolbar-dissapeared.html#a40977769
...at some point, the old Toolbars/Menubars functionality may be deprecated.

So perhaps now would be a good time to investigate creating custom Ribbons.
Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
In fact, 2013 lists Toolbars/menubars as being "fully removed" 2013, and being available only on the Add-Ins menu:

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc178954.aspx

It is well past time to move away from toolbars/menubars. While there was some initial pushback from users when the switch occurred, the general user population tool to the Ribbon in a big way.
Paul BarrettMDAuthor Commented:
Thank you Scott, I had noted that and will have to address the problem for 2013 users!
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