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Don't load the stock menubar and ribbon when opening an Access application in the runtime

The menubar and ribbon appear while loading and are only unloaded / hidden afterwards.

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      • Jason commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        You can load a custom ribbon with the start from scratch option. A bit of a hassle but how I did it in an Access 2010 application.

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