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USING COMMAND BARS

Although command bars are very useful, in that you use basically the same method for creating the three types of command bars, they can each be confusing. Figure 20.1 shows all three types of command bars: menus, toolbars, and shortcut menus. You can find this form, frmShowEachTypeOfControl, and the other examples in this chapter in Chap20.mdb, located in the \Examples\Chap20 folder on the accompanying CD-ROM.

Figure 20.1. Menus, toolbars, and shortcut menus are the three types of Access command bars available.

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Notice that the terms shortcut and popup are used in place of one another. They are the same thing.

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