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R. Hicks
post Aug 29 2002, 10:13 AM
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Here is a utility that will allow you to set the "Shift Key" bypass during startup .... remotely.
Someone has placed an altered version of this here in the archives.
The altered version requires that the machine running the utility must have Common Dialog Library installed and registered.
This version "does not require" the Common Dialog library.
This version is written for Access 97.
The trick here is not to allow other users access to this utility so they can not enable the shift key.
You can copy this utility to a diskette so you can use the utility when not at your local machine.
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R. Hicks
post Jan 2 2003, 09:43 PM
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Here is the ByPass Shift Key Utility converted for Access 2000/2002.
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Attached File  AllowBypassKey2K.zip ( 44.02K )Number of downloads: 1107
 
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lovelydan
post Sep 23 2014, 09:24 AM
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seems the utility only works with MDb or mde files(old DB only) not accdb. or i have to amend it which i dont have an idea how to do it..
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R. Hicks
post Sep 23 2014, 03:50 PM
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In the Code Archive Forum here at UA there is another version that works with .accdb or .mdb files.
Bypass Shift Key Utility For Access 2000 Thru Access 2010
The utility itself is a .mdb file but it will set the shift key property for a .accdb file as well.
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