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Use project without revealing tables, queries, ...

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Hi.

I created a project including tables, queries, forms, subforms, reports,
code, a.s.o. I would like to give this project to users, which should
just use the main form. This main form deals with everything, hence
there's no need to see the tables, queries, ...

How can configure my project so that users don't get access to the
tables, queries, code ... ? They should just be able to use one single form.

TIA

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Georges
Nov 12 '05 #1
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There are several ways to access the Database Window, which shows all the
objects in your application.
Depending on the sophistication of your users (and their motivation to
circumvent your intentions), you can block more or fewer of these.

You might start under Tools - Startup Options.
Set your form to be the Startup Object, and remove the checkbox to show
the Database Window.

HTH
- Turtle

"Georges Heinesch" <ne**@geohei.lu> wrote in message
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Hi.

I created a project including tables, queries, forms, subforms, reports,
code, a.s.o. I would like to give this project to users, which should
just use the main form. This main form deals with everything, hence
there's no need to see the tables, queries, ...

How can configure my project so that users don't get access to the
tables, queries, code ... ? They should just be able to use one single form.
TIA

--
Georges

Nov 12 '05 #2

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