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Errors, I believe related to Macro security

Errors, I believe related to Macro security

Errors, I believe related to Macro security

(OP)
Office 2003. I have a .mdb I run the front end on multiple computers. It's over a decade old. We recently had a computer go down. After I installed Office 2003 and copied the file to the new computer, It give errors related to the events. (on current, on click). I believe this is related to how or what I clicked when I first opened the .mdb. We normally run on "low security" for macros. I have that set but it still gives errors. Any ideas on what I have done and how to correct it?

RE: Errors, I believe related to Macro security

is it just one machine giving the errors, or did something happen to the entire database?

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RE: Errors, I believe related to Macro security

(OP)
Sorry for the late response. I did resolve the issue. It was caused by the newer versions of the Office apps installed in the machine from the factory. I uninstalled these apps and it works perfectly again.

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