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Password Buttons

Password Buttons

Password Buttons

I have a main form avaliable that contains 2 buttons, one for requesting information and a second for table maintenance.  I would like to password the "maintenance" button so regular users can not access the maintenance section.

Thanks for all responses in advance.

RE: Password Buttons

 in the On_click event of the "maintenance" button, why dont you call an inputbox and let the user enter thier password in it, then you check if the password is Vaild or not.
if it's vaild
  ok, do the actions
if not vaild
  cancel, bad password

Hope this would help YOU...

Mohamed Aly

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