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Security Warnings on opening DB

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I made some Access 2K databases using Windows98SE, now I am making
some modifications and find myself inundated with Microsoft Warnings.
Windows 2000 Pro and Office 2003 all updated with the latest (?)
security patches.

On opening I get a Security Warning, Then a dialog box about Microsoft
Jet 4 and the need to update to that (done) Then yet another security
warning... Enough already.

How can one tell Access that "this" DB is fine the way it is thank you
and stop with the alerts for the same file every time.

Thanks for any advice, solutions.
Ralph
Nov 13 '05 #1
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"Ralph2" <no*******@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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I made some Access 2K databases using Windows98SE, now I am making
some modifications and find myself inundated with Microsoft Warnings.
Windows 2000 Pro and Office 2003 all updated with the latest (?)
security patches.

On opening I get a Security Warning, Then a dialog box about Microsoft
Jet 4 and the need to update to that (done) Then yet another security
warning... Enough already.

How can one tell Access that "this" DB is fine the way it is thank you
and stop with the alerts for the same file every time.

Thanks for any advice, solutions.
Ralph


Telling Access that "this" DB is safe is not so easy. It involves attaching
a digital certificate to the program. You can, however, easily change the
security level in Access so that you won't get the warnings. Go to
Tools->Macros->Security, set it to Low.

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Randy Harris
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Nov 13 '05 #2

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On Mon, 07 Mar 2005 12:50:53 GMT, "Randy Harris" <ra***@SpamFree.com>
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"Ralph2" <no*******@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:ee********************************@4ax.com.. .
I made some Access 2K databases using Windows98SE, now I am making
some modifications and find myself inundated with Microsoft Warnings.
Windows 2000 Pro and Office 2003 all updated with the latest (?)
security patches.

On opening I get a Security Warning, Then a dialog box about Microsoft
Jet 4 and the need to update to that (done) Then yet another security
warning... Enough already.

How can one tell Access that "this" DB is fine the way it is thank you
and stop with the alerts for the same file every time.

Thanks for any advice, solutions.
Ralph


Telling Access that "this" DB is safe is not so easy. It involves attaching
a digital certificate to the program. You can, however, easily change the
security level in Access so that you won't get the warnings. Go to
Tools->Macros->Security, set it to Low.

THANK YOU!

Nov 13 '05 #3

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