If I use
it runs the macro but the Navigation pane is visible.
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ExecuteFile>DatabaseName.accdb, /x SpecificMacro
I've tried some tricks within Access - specifically I used SetDisplayedCatagories and set every category to Show = No - but the first time I use the code above for the first time, the Navigation Pane is still visible. After that, SpecifiedMacro runs and the Navigation pane is hidden.
I haven't switched to RunProgram because my end users won't necessarily all be on the same version of Access.
Is there some way around this?