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Gary James 
47 days ago
Is it possible to make a release version that completely hides the Navigation pane on the Left, and the Toolbar, Menubar, and Ribbon on the top?

Essentially can my Access database appear like any other Windows program without the visible baggage of the host Access environment?
Kevin Robertson
47 days ago
Richard shows how to hide them in his Access Security Seminar.
Richard Rost
47 days ago
Here are a couple of other videos where I show how to do SOME of that stuff: Hide Access. But keep in mind a savvy PC user can tell. You can change the icon, hide a lot of the features, but at it's core, Access is always there.
Adam Schwanz
47 days ago
Wait... an Access DB can be "done" :) ? Every time I think that I have to add more features.
Richard Rost
47 days ago
Oh... I've been working on mine since 2002. They're NEVER done. Your software is "done" when you run out of version numbers. :)
Kevin Yip
46 days ago
To create a stand-alone application, you need Visual Studio, and use Access as a backend.  VS has a free version, supports VBA, and has a great debugger, but is very different from Access and requires a lot of new skills

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