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How to Create the USysRibbons table in Microsoft Access 2007

by on Apr.07, 2011, under Access

I recently needed to create a USysRibbons table to create Custom Tabs and Ribbons in Microsoft Access 2007. This is extremely easy to do in an Access database application, so I just wanted to write a short article about to how to create the USysRibbons table in Access 2007.

Step-by-Step

  1. Open the Access database application for which you want to create the USysRibbons table in Microsoft Access 2007.
  2. Click the Create tab to open the Create Ribbon and then click the Table Design button. A new table will be opened in Table Design View mode.
  3. For the first Field in the Table, name it RibbonName and for the data type, choose Text. For this Field, click the Primary Key button to set the key for the Field.
  4. For the second Field in the Table, name it RibbonXML and for the data type, choose Memo.
  5. Now the Table is ready to, so click the Save button to save the Table. For the name of the Table, type USysRibbons and click the OK button. The Table will be saved to the database and ready to use.

The USysRibbons Table in Design View in Access 2007

The USysRibbons Table in Design View in Access 2007

Once the table has been saved to the database, it will be ready to use, so you can just switch it Datasheet View mode and adding new Ribbons to your database application. However, it is important to note that because the USysRibbons table is considered a system table in Microsoft Access, it is hidden by default in the Navigation Pane. So, if you need to know how to show the Hidden and System objects in the Navigation Pane, just read this article. Otherwise, creating a USysRibbons table in your Access database application could not be any easier!

Submitted By: Geoffrey L. Griffith – April 6th, 2011


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