Launch an application from Access
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There are only 2 things suprisingly that are not functioning 100%. What I would like to know is what is the first command that happens when I double click the application to launch it. One issue I have is a form is launched that I always have to close out before I can use the application properly.
I want to see if I can either remove that pesky form from lauching or moving it down later in the sequence so I don't have to close it everytime.
Also, I placed the application and supporting files in the "Trusted Location", but I am still asked to "enable" the file before I can launch it.
I have about 3% knowlege of VBA programming BTW
I would like something that would also be used to launch all other known file types, such as TXT, JPG, DOC etc.
How to create setup.exe so that user can install and launch the application by clicking on setup.exe.
One thing I am looking at doing is putting command buttons on my forms to launch various apps, websites, and email templates. Seems simple enough but there isnt an option for these in the commmand button wizard so I assume some coding is involved
I cannot figure out how to put the Report or a way to launch it on my Form.
I need to pass a Date to the Report.
I have a Date Picker and Launch button on my Form.
I just can't find the control for a Report
paste the contents of the clipboard into
the field currently displaying the cursor.
I already have the text string on the
clipboard, I just can't seem to find any
methods that carry out a paste function.
I'm assuming I can Dim an application
object like IE and pass the URL
Is there a best way to launch the User's default PDF viewer by pointing at the file and doing the equivalent of double-clicking
sDBFullPath = sPath & sFrontEnd
Set appAccess = CreateObject("Access.Application")
appAccess.visible = True
appAccess.DoCmd.RunCommand 10 'Maximize MS Access
This has always worked, but now some new users are being deployed using the runtime version rather than the full blown version. Is there a way to modify it so it works with runtime sinceruntime cannot CreateObject("Access.Application")?
There doesn't seem to be a way I can do this in Access 2007, is this true?
I don't want to have lots of completely independent forms in my application, ideally they should all exist and be placed in the same environment so that all the user has to do is click theicon to launch the application, and do everything they need to do from within that, using the navigation menu at the top.