Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Macro protection in Microsoft Access 2007

This video shows you the best way to manage macro protection in Microsoft Access 2007. In other words it allows you to make sure that the message bar that says Security Warning "Certain content in this database has been disabled" no longer appears. Garry Robinson has written an article on this topic for Microsoft in the MSDN Web site. The video shows you how to set up a trusted location for your databases.

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1 comment:

Alex Dybenko said...

Well done, Garry!