Send as attachment button missing in ribbon
I have a custom ribbon where I have the builtin option to send a report as an email attachment. But when changing the Access application to a runtimeversion (just changing the filename from .accdb to .accdr does that trick) this button is disappearing. How can this be? and is there a way around this?
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Got a report I want my user to be able to send by just clicking a button on the Switchboard. But the data has to go as part of the body of the eMail and not embedded as an attachment.
Is there any way to design a Macro that will let you do this
The ribbon builds itself from left to right. Is there any way to send a group to the far right? All the other group can remain as is, but I'd like 1 particular group to the right-hand side of the ribbon.
Can this be done? Is there a parameter to control this type of thing that I am not aware of?
I have been using Utter Access; apparently their website is down. I downloaded a on-line public Ribbon sample db from them, incorporated only the ribbon table and module from that db into my testing db.
I would like to delete one of the Info buttons from the tab and and add an Export to Excel function button. I have read several articles ref creating Ribbons; however, it is hard to find an individual whom is good at editing ribbons.
From this site, if I send the script for the one ribbon table with the module, I am in a crunch in getting this done appropriately.
I have a very large db that I want to send to a friend as an attachment to an email. It will not transfer. Is there a way to send it piece meal, say a table then a query, etc.?
I have a database of contacts and wish to send an email to each individually. Is it possible to send the information I have in message instead of an attachment
Upon loading Access 2010 the ribbon has disappeared.
How do I unhide the ribbon manually.
I have tried it in code:
DoCmd.ShowToolbar "Ribbon", acToolbarYes
and it had no effect but there must be a manual switch or toggle.
I should have got to grips with Access 2007 as soon as it came out
Just in case anyone wants to know. I keep reading don different forums that people don't know how. This completely removes the ribbon, the office button, and the QAT.
remove access ribbon
disable access ribbon
DoCmd.ShowToolbar "Ribbon", acToolbarNo
I have a form that contains an unbound OLE object (xlsx file)
I would need to send that as an attachment in an email
In my code I use:
but I get an error message that object does not support this property or method
What I want to do is have a button to print the attachment when pressed. if I double click on the attachment the popup window allows you to some thing but not print the attachment unless you open it and then print it,
I can use the macro builder to make a button open another form, or report, but, how do I open an attachment that is in a table. The attachment is a pdf, .docx or .xlsx file.