Full Screen Access

is it possible to make the menu-toolbar go away?
and can you put you access on full screen?

if yes, how?

thx in advance

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A Simple Login Screen / Also Access In Full Screen

I have tried to make a login screen, I have also searched for information and tried some of the examples but, I just can't get one to work.
Is there someone or somewhere where I can get information on how to build one step by step in simple easy instructions....(access 2003).

Also, how do you get access to open all the windows, tables, queries etc in full screen mode.
I have expaneded them and shut it down and then reopened it but they still want to open out of full screen mode.

Thanks, everyone has been a great help in creating my first Access program.

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Is there a way to hide the application title bar (including the min, max and close buttons) as well as the windows taskbar when Access is running? I have seen this done before where the form fills the entire screen - ie no controls or frames are visible.

Does anyone have any suggestions????

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I searched in this form and on the internet on how to display a form in Full screen; however, I could not find an answer that worked.

Does anyone knows how to display forms full screen please?

Thank you,
B

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My database would like, to make itself feel complete, a rele snazzy opening form.
I have flash 8 and I've created a 1024x768 movie with some simple animation on it.
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The problem is making the object larger! It's staying very small no matter how I change the properties of the control.
Any help would be much appreciated. For the sake of my databases mental health... of course. :cool:

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http://www.databasedev.co.uk/flash_movie.html

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Apologies if I am covering old ground here but unfortunately I cannot find a suitable solution after searching the forum.

Basically my switchboard on Open includes DoCmd.Maximize so that the switchboard does indeed open on full screen. However, say I then leave my database open and work on a different application on my PC then when I click on my database on the taskbar then the form is not longer full screen.

So what I am basically asking is, is there a way of 'locking' it to appear full screen even if I flick between applications on my PC?

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I must be missing something simple here.

The opening switchboard of my db is set to popup but on opening the db it is showing full screen. On reopening once closed it pops up. How can I make it popup to start with?

Settings are:
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Auto Centre - Yes
Auto Resize - No
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This is a general-interest question, as I have no plans to be making a runtime version of my app.

I have developed an application that as part of the set-up phase, modifies the design of reports as a result of user input - adds controls, changes size of controls etc. To do this I open the report in design view programatically and do all that is necessary through code and then close it again.

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So my question is: how would I achieve what I do now if I wanted to execute it under the runtime environment?

Or did what I read mean you are only stopped from opening in design view manually, but can still do it programatically?

As I said at the begionning, I ask only out of general interest.

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I have an Access application (.mdb/.mde files). When I run it from full Access 2003, I can see the default access icon in the Windows taskbar for the application and new "entry" in the taskbar for every form opened. Now when I run the same app. in Access 2003 Runtime, I get no access icon in taskbar (only white "icon") and opened forms don't show up separately in the taskbar - no matter how many forms are opened, there's only one "entry" in the taskbar.

Is there a way to set it up under the runtime so that it works the same way as when the app. is started in full Access?

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Has this happened to anyone and does anyone know the cause?

Five people were trying to fix it when I walked into work (5 people who no nothing about Access other than using that one database) and I couldn't get a straight answer.

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