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Converting to Access 2003

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I suspect there is an easy answer to this question, but the problem is
driving me mad. I have recently moved from Access 97 to 2003 and am
having problems getting some very simple macros and VBA to work.

If I log on to the local machine as administrator all is fine.
Converted databases and databases created in 2003 macros and vba work
fine. However, if I log on as a network user, then the macros and vba
dont work. I also get the annoying macro warning when opening.

The macros and code are very simple, nothing really complicated. I
have set the macro security to low. Any help will be greatfully
recieved.

Phil

Nov 13 '05 #1
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I came across this while lurking at microsoft.public.access:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

It's over 50 Meg. I haven't run it.

James A. Fortune

Nov 13 '05 #2

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(Phil K) wrote in news:42***************@news.eclipse.co.uk:
I suspect there is an easy answer to this question, but the
problem is driving me mad. I have recently moved from Access 97 to
2003 and am having problems getting some very simple macros and
VBA to work.

If I log on to the local machine as administrator all is fine.
Converted databases and databases created in 2003 macros and vba
work fine. However, if I log on as a network user, then the macros
and vba dont work. I also get the annoying macro warning when
opening.


You should issue the non-admin user a self-certification.

There's also a registry switch that you can set to turn it off, but
I forget what it is. You might want to search this newsgroup on
Google Groups for this topic.

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David W. Fenton http://www.bway.net/~dfenton
dfenton at bway dot net http://www.bway.net/~dfassoc
Nov 13 '05 #3

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