Legacy toolbars in Access 2007


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Bill McCormick

Access 2007 Gurus ...

I've got some legacy custom menus in in an mdb that I want to run under
Access 2007. There are 3 custom menus: a user type menu always visible
and others meant to be context/popup type menus. The User menu does show
up under Addins, but I can't see how to edit the command functions. The
other context/popup type menus I can't find under Addins or anywhere
else. There are selections on these menus that USED to call Public Subs
in the code behind the form, but it no longer functions under 2007.
Instead, I get a n Information Dialog telling me this:

"The object doesn't contain the Automation object 'SubName.' You tried
to run a VB procedure to set a property or method for an object.
However, the component doesn't make the property or method available for
Automation operations. Check the components ...."

yada yada yada

What do I need to do to fix this? How can I edit the menu selection
properties?

Thanks,


Bill
 
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Gina Whipp

Bill,

Though I am unable to answer your question I caution you against using
Steve. First and foremost, these newsgroups are for FREE support and help.
In NO way is one allowed to solicit but Steve fails to comprehend that.
Lastly, before using ANYONE from ANYWHERE please get references, "Google"
them, in other words do your due diligence!

--
Gina Whipp

"I feel I have been denied critical, need to know, information!" - Tremors
II

http://www.regina-whipp.com/index_files/TipList.htm
 
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Paul Shapiro

I don't think you can edit the legacy custom menus in Access 2007. I make a
copy of the db, open it in Access 2003 and make the edits there. Then I
import the custom menus back into the master db. Not very convenient, but
fortunately it doesn't happen very often.
 
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John... Visio MVP

Steve said:
Hello Bill,

If you don't find a solution to your custom menus problem, I would like to
try to solve your problem for you. I provide help with Access, Excel and
Word applications for a reasonable fee. My fee to help you would be very
modest. Contact me if you would like my help.

Steve


These newsgroups are provided by Microsoft for FREE peer to peer support.
There are many highly qualified individuals who gladly help for free. Stevie
is not one of them. He is not qualified (highly or otherwise) and the only
thing he in interested in is helping himself to the money of unsuspecting
posters.

John... Visio MVP
 
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John... Visio MVP

Steve said:
Since you haven't found a solution to your custom menus problem, my offer
to
try to solve your problem for you is still open. I provide help with
Access, Excel and
Word applications for a reasonable fee. My fee to help you would be very
modest. Contact me if you would like my help.

Steve


These newsgroups are provided by Microsoft for FREE peer to peer support.
There are many highly qualified individuals who glady will help for free.
Stevie is not one of them. He is a long term troll with dillusions of
competency in Access, Word and Excel who likes to prey on unsuspecting
posters. If he was any good, the supposed thousands he has helped would be
swamping him with repeat business. The fact that he needs to grovel for work
indicates that few ( if any ) of his customers considered the quality of his
work worth a second chance.

Stevie: You have been warned many times over the years of your unwanted
solicitation. Ar eyou really that stupid that you do not get it?

John... Visio MVP
 

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