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Disabling the Ribbon in Access 2013.

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Sifting through the questions here on EE, I find mostly older, pre-Office 2013 discussions of how to control the ribbon in Access. I have no need to modify the ribbon in any way; I just want to enable/disable from VBA. This is a complex application porting up from 2007 and I just want the sucker gone (not minimized, gone) until my application determines it is needed. The old Sendkeys Ctrl-F1 works to get it out of the way, and I have tried to use version specific ExecuteMso code '13, but it does not remove it and it misbehaves whenever a print preview pops up (I use them to review, not print and do not need the ribbon.)

Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Marc
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