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    Solved How can I convert a password protected accdb to accde using VBA

    He couldn't because the source file is password protected and opened by a .NET app which passes the password to open the source db and when converted to accde that's another layer of protection. That's actually a good point I used to do but slipped out of my mind , I will consider this I think...
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    Solved How can I convert a password protected accdb to accde using VBA

    Thanks for your reply , I used this idea in C# and worked nicely but I was wondering if I can do it by VBA directly , Your solution is perfect thanks , About your question I'm releasing a trial database online if I converted it the standard way it won't work on 64-bit or 32-bit office depending...
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    Solved How can I convert a password protected accdb to accde using VBA

    Take it easy my friends , Thanks for your reply
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    Solved How can I convert a password protected accdb to accde using VBA

    Hello Everyone , I use this code to convert unprotected accdb to accde : Function Convert() Dim sourcedb, targetdb, nametargetdb As String Dim MyPath As String MyPath = Application.CurrentProject.Path sourcedb = MyPath & "\Baseet.accdb" targetdb = "D:\tt2.accde" nametargetdb = MyPath &...
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    How to create a unique license key for my access database

    Thanks for advice , Your help is deeply appreciated .
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    How to create a unique license key for my access database

    Hello everyone , I have a program which I need to distribute and need a way to create a unique license key for each device , What I have done so far is : I made a form in the db which pull HDD serial and CPU serial then combine them in one string with separator then encrypt the string using XOR...
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    Solved how to load picture to submenu ?

    Thank you so much
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    Solved how to load picture to submenu ?

    That's the key it worked fine, The problem was the size.. Thank you. I have a question please can i save this picture into the database so i can use it later without it's full path? Another one do you have a link for a pictures like your sample? Thank you so much.
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    Solved how to load picture to submenu ?

    Thank you i will try it with the same code and post the result here
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    Solved how to load picture to submenu ?

    Thanks for reply, do you have a sample picture to try?
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    Solved how to load picture to submenu ?

    It does exist. Yes it is my first attempt to use this method and didn't work yet.
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    Solved how to load picture to submenu ?

    Like what? Size? I searched for 16x16 bmp images and used one get the same error. Do you have an image you know it is working?
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    Solved how to load picture to submenu ?

    Hello guys , I have this code Set cbCat = CommandBars.Add(conBarName, msoBarPopup, False, False) Set cbCatCtrl = cbCat.Controls.Add(msocontrolpopup) cbCatCtrl.Caption = "Open Form" Do While Not rsForms.EOF Set cbObjectCtrl = cbCatCtrl.Controls.Add() With cbObjectCtrl...
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    Solved Can i make a shortcut menu with levels ?

    Hello , I already thought of that and will do it , Thank you so much for your help , I appreciate it .
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    Solved Can i make a shortcut menu with levels ?

    Hello , Another question please . Does msocontrolpopup support adding icons ? i tried FaceID it works only with the submenus and i also tried .Picture didn’t work either . I need to add icons besides the main controls (Forms,Queries,Etc,) Thanks again. Edit # It can’t be done after all thank you .
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    Solved Can i make a shortcut menu with levels ?

    You are a magician , Simple and perfect , Thank you so much exactly what i needed .
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    Solved Can i make a shortcut menu with levels ?

    Hello , Here is the demo you asked for , In the attached db you will find a form with shortcut menu contains the following : Open Form : I need a sub menu from this containing a list of forms in my db with captions , When i press a form name it opens. Open Report : The same idea as above . Open...
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