If you want NO shortcut menu at all, you can use Van Dinh's method of puttin
=-1 in the ShortcutMenu property of your report. However, if you want your
users to have some shortcut menu choices, then you will have to create a
1. Tools > Customize > New
2. Give the toolbar a name.
3. Click the Properties Button
4. Select PopUp in the Type field.
5. Click OK on the message that comes up. (NOTE: The new tool bar will no
longer show up on the Customize list of toolbars.)
6. Add the new toolbar as the Shortcut menu for your report.
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"ldiaz" wrote in message
> Hi Lynn , do you have an example of it?
> could you please help me
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> "Lynn Trapp" wrote:
>> Create your own custom toolbar. Set it to be a Pop-up toolbar. Then
>> that toolbar as the Shortcut menubar for your report.
>> Lynn Trapp
>> MS Access MVP
>> Access Security: www.ltcomputerdesigns.com/Security.htm
>> Jeff Conrad's Access Junkie List:
>> "ldiaz" wrote in message
>> > anybody know how remove option (Shortcut menu) from a report,because
>> > this
>> > allow to be edit,
>> > my report has pop up = yes, and Modal = Yes.
>> > I will appreciate so much your help..
>> > Thanks..