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Reset Previous File History in Access 97?

Reset Previous File History in Access 97?

Reset Previous File History in Access 97?

(OP)
Hi, Tek-Tips!

I want to clear the file history in Access 97 without clearing the history in every program on my computer. Does anyone know a way to do this?

In Access 2002, it's under Tools, Options, General, Recently Used File List. I couldn't find a similar option in Access 97.

Thanks!
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RE: Reset Previous File History in Access 97?

On my machine its in the registry under

Quote:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\10.0\Access\Settings
With names "MRU1", "MRU2", "MRU3", etc.

You can also go to "Tools / Options / General" and uncheck the "Recently Used File List" box. That doesn't erase them but it does supress their display.

RE: Reset Previous File History in Access 97?

(OP)
Thanks, Golom, I'll try that!

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