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I would like to know how to turn off the annoying warning about macros
in a database.

I maintain two databases on my home computer for my own use. Now that
I am using Microsoft Access 2003, every time that I open either of
them, I get the prompt "Security Warning" that says that the .mdb file
may not be safe.

In reading the Help file, it says that this message will not be
displayed if the author or corporation is on the list of trusted
publishers. So I think that I need to add myself to the list of
trusted publishers. So my question is how I can do that without
getting a certificate. Otherwise, how do I turn off this warning for
these two specific databases? Or how do I issue myself a certificate,
or something like that?

- - Bob McClenon
Nov 13 '05 #1
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On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 21:39:42 GMT, Robert McClenon
<ro*************@verizon.net> wrote:
I would like to know how to turn off the annoying warning about macros
in a database.

I maintain two databases on my home computer for my own use. Now that
I am using Microsoft Access 2003, every time that I open either of
them, I get the prompt "Security Warning" that says that the .mdb file
may not be safe.

In reading the Help file, it says that this message will not be
displayed if the author or corporation is on the list of trusted
publishers. So I think that I need to add myself to the list of
trusted publishers. So my question is how I can do that without
getting a certificate. Otherwise, how do I turn off this warning for
these two specific databases? Or how do I issue myself a certificate,
or something like that?

- - Bob McClenon


Hi
As no one has answered this here, I will just say that if you look for
"trusted publishers" on Google the first thing which turns up is

http://www.microsoft.com/resources/d...srp_trust.mspx
(To set trusted publisher options on XP)

- David

Nov 13 '05 #2
On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 21:39:42 GMT, Robert McClenon
<ro*************@verizon.net> wrote:
I would like to know how to turn off the annoying warning about macros
in a database.

I maintain two databases on my home computer for my own use. Now that
I am using Microsoft Access 2003, every time that I open either of
them, I get the prompt "Security Warning" that says that the .mdb file
may not be safe.

In reading the Help file, it says that this message will not be
displayed if the author or corporation is on the list of trusted
publishers. So I think that I need to add myself to the list of
trusted publishers. So my question is how I can do that without
getting a certificate. Otherwise, how do I turn off this warning for
these two specific databases? Or how do I issue myself a certificate,
or something like that?

- - Bob McClenon


Hi
See Troubleshoot modifying the list of trusted publishers for macros
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/as...892911033.aspx
-David

Nov 13 '05 #3
On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 21:39:42 GMT, Robert McClenon
<ro*************@verizon.net> wrote:
I would like to know how to turn off the annoying warning about macros
in a database.

I maintain two databases on my home computer for my own use. Now that
I am using Microsoft Access 2003, every time that I open either of
them, I get the prompt "Security Warning" that says that the .mdb file
may not be safe.

In reading the Help file, it says that this message will not be
displayed if the author or corporation is on the list of trusted
publishers. So I think that I need to add myself to the list of
trusted publishers. So my question is how I can do that without
getting a certificate. Otherwise, how do I turn off this warning for
these two specific databases? Or how do I issue myself a certificate,
or something like that?

- - Bob McClenon


Hi
As no one has answered this here, I will just say that if you look for
"trusted publishers" on Google the first thing which turns up is

http://www.microsoft.com/resources/d...srp_trust.mspx
(To set trusted publisher options on XP)

- David

Nov 13 '05 #4
On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 21:39:42 GMT, Robert McClenon
<ro*************@verizon.net> wrote:
I would like to know how to turn off the annoying warning about macros
in a database.

I maintain two databases on my home computer for my own use. Now that
I am using Microsoft Access 2003, every time that I open either of
them, I get the prompt "Security Warning" that says that the .mdb file
may not be safe.

In reading the Help file, it says that this message will not be
displayed if the author or corporation is on the list of trusted
publishers. So I think that I need to add myself to the list of
trusted publishers. So my question is how I can do that without
getting a certificate. Otherwise, how do I turn off this warning for
these two specific databases? Or how do I issue myself a certificate,
or something like that?

- - Bob McClenon


Hi
See Troubleshoot modifying the list of trusted publishers for macros
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/as...892911033.aspx
-David

Nov 13 '05 #5

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