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Discussion: What does "Not Trusted" Mean for SetValue in a Macro?

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I'm a novice and have 2 questions:

1. I notice that "SetValue" is considered to be "not trusted". Since "SetValue" is provided by Access AND considered by Access to be "not trusted", in what sense is it "not trusted".
2. I was able to use "SetValue" and "SetTempVars" interchangeably in a Macro - either way accomplished my purpose. What are some distinctive differences between "SetValue" and "SetTempVars" that I should be aware of?
Mar 27 '12 #1
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NeoPa
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This is macro-related so I can't help Paul, but I've changed it to a discussion thread as that seems to be the general intent, and we don't allow multiple questions in a question thread.
Mar 27 '12 #2

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