DoCmd.ShowToolbar method (Access)
The ShowToolbar method carries out the ShowToolbar action in Visual Basic.
expression.ShowToolbar (ToolbarName, Show)
expression A variable that represents a DoCmd object.
|ToolbarName||Required||Variant||A string expression that's the valid name of a custom toolbar you've created. If you run Visual Basic code containing the ShowToolbar method in a library database, Microsoft Access looks for the toolbar with this name first in the library database, and then in the current database.|
|Show||Optional||AcShowToolbar||An AcShowToolbar constant that specifies whether to display or hide the toolbar and in which views to display or hide it. The default value is acToolbarYes.|
You can use the ShowToolbar method to display or hide a custom toolbar.
If you want to show a particular toolbar on just one form or report, you can set the OnActivate property of the form or report to the name of a macro that contains a ShowToolbar action to show the toolbar. You can then set the OnDeactivate property of the form or report to the name of a macro that contains a ShowToolbar action to hide the toolbar.
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