The way I've always handled Ribbons it so define a custom USysRibbons table. It has three simple fields:
ID - AutoNumber
RibbonName - Text 255
RibbonXML - Memo
Note that this is a System Table because of its name, so you need to Show System Objects in Navigation Options to see and work with it. After you create this table and reopen the database, Access automatically loads all the Ribbons you've defined to make them available to the rest of the application.
Any Ribbon you define in this table you can set as the application Ribbon in Options / Current Database. You can also use the Ribbons you've defined as the Ribbon Name property for Forms and Reports.
You can read more about using this technique here:
You can download a sample database from my 2007 book that demonstrates this technique here:
John Viescas, Author
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