There are a number of ways. You could just make your own, and leave the toolbar hidden.
If you want to keep a toolbar, you can right click on the toolbar and customize it.
Or you can use script triggers when entering the layout that turns the toolbar on or off.
A custom menu set can still have a toolbar.
When I created a menu for a database
Does that mean that you created custom menus?
If so, it sounds like you omitted some menus or menu options that should not have been omitted.
Yes, I created a custom menu. I wanted to keep (the record navigation tool) in the toolbar with the custom menu.
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And does your custom menu set include the Go To Record menu item? And it's sub menu that includes previous and next options?
In the script insert Show Menubar and/or show toolbar. I think it is show toolbar but you might need both.
You can have an on enter layout trigger that shows and hides these.
I haven't tried this with custom menus but since you are doing this, try it.
Just create one script
Show Tool bar
and call it when your menu bar is active...
I want to say thank you for everyone that helped me with my problem. It is great to have this group as a resource. When I created a custom menu that included the go to record, previous record and next record, the record navigation tool was available in the tool bar. Thanks philmfdjunk for the assistance.