TextBox.ShortcutMenuBar property (Access)
You can use the ShortcutMenuBar property to specify the shortcut menu that appears when you right-click the specified object. Read/write String.
expression A variable that represents a TextBox object.
The ShortcutMenuBar property applies only to controls on a form, and not to controls on a report.
You can also use the ShortcutMenuBar property to specify the menu bar macro that is used to display a shortcut menu for a datasheet, form, form control, or report. To display the built-in shortcut menu for a database, form, form control, or report by using a macro or Visual Basic, set the property to a zero-length string (" ").
When used with the Application object, the ShortcutMenuBar property enables you to display a custom shortcut menu as a global shortcut menu. However, if you've set the ShortcutMenuBar property for a form, form control, or report in the database, the custom shortcut menu of that object is displayed in place of the database's global shortcut menu.
You can display a different custom shortcut menu for a specific form, form control, or report by setting its ShortcutMenuBar property to a different shortcut menu. When the form, form control, or report has the focus, the custom shortcut menu for that object is displayed when the user clicks the right mouse button; otherwise, the global shortcut menu for the database is displayed.
Shortcut menus aren't available to any object if the AllowShortcutMenus property is set to False.
The following example sets the Suppliers_Toolbar as the custom shortcut menu to display when the user clicks the right mouse button on the Suppliers form.
Forms("Suppliers").ShortcutMenuBar = "Suppliers_Toolbar"
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