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Trying to use a split database over my home LAN

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When I try to access the back end of a split database, I get the error
message, that it's not trusted by access, and that I should move it to
my computer, or an accessible network location? What gives? Thank You.

Nov 14 '06 #1
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if you're using A2003, try opening any database to the database window. then
from the menu bar click Tools | Macro | Security | Security Level tab, and
select Low.

hth
"AAOO (Sean)" <co******@startantra.netwrote in message
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When I try to access the back end of a split database, I get the error
message, that it's not trusted by access, and that I should move it to
my computer, or an accessible network location? What gives? Thank You.

Nov 14 '06 #2

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Thanks, the issue seems to have solved itself.
tina wrote:
if you're using A2003, try opening any database to the database window. then
from the menu bar click Tools | Macro | Security | Security Level tab, and
select Low.

hth
"AAOO (Sean)" <co******@startantra.netwrote in message
news:11**********************@h54g2000cwb.googlegr oups.com...
When I try to access the back end of a split database, I get the error
message, that it's not trusted by access, and that I should move it to
my computer, or an accessible network location? What gives? Thank You.
Nov 14 '06 #3

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