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Hide Access 2013 Window ; Static the Taskbar to avoid the Access background from reappearing

Hide Access 2013 Window ; Static the Taskbar to avoid the Access background from reappearing

Hide Access 2013 Window ; Static the Taskbar to avoid the Access background from reappearing

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I really want help on the above subject. I have applied the "Hide The Access Window by SgtJarrow
FAQ705-2562: Hide The Access Window" to solve Access problem and it works very well. But there is some problem when used in Access 2013 database. I have set all applicable forms as pop ups and modal to yes. But when the database is opened and the user hover or press the TASKBAR, the whole Access background open behind whichever form (.. Switchboard ; etc) is being worked on. Please I am asking is there anyway to Static ; Freeze or Lock the Database TASKBAR , so that when the user clicks or hover the taskbar,is not going to open the minimized Access background as long as the database application is opened?.

Thanks for your help.

Slimfit

RE: Hide Access 2013 Window ; Static the Taskbar to avoid the Access background from reappearing

Slim,

Please repost this thread in forum705: Microsoft: Access Modules (VBA Coding).

This is not an Access forum.

Skip,

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