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Custom Menu Dropdown items disappearing Between Versions of Access

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Keith, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Keith

    Keith
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    I have an application that I distribute widely in Access 2000 mde
    format. I edit the application with Access XP, but using the db in 2000
    format.

    When am ready to create the mde, I open the db in Access 2000. Here is
    my problem: I have 11 primary entries on the user created menu. 3 of
    them are completely empty (all menu items on the dropdown are gone), 1
    has entries from some other application (not mine) and the rest have
    the proper entries in the dropdown portion of the menu.

    If I open the same database in Access XP (after opening it in 2000),
    the menus are all there, nice and neat!

    What gives? This is only a recent phenomenon as I was doing the same
    thing before and did not lose any menu items.

    Keith
     
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