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access permission - access 2 database

access permission - access 2 database

access permission - access 2 database

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im using an access 2 database and have managed to access tables, forms, queries etc etc but i'd really like to be able to access the actual code..ive changed a few permissions for my logon account but need to go even further..full access :)
can anybody help please?

RE: access permission - access 2 database


I assume you want to access any VB code in the database. If so,

1- Can you logon with "admin" account? It should have full access to all objects unless special steps have been taken to remove admin access.
2- Can your login see any modules? Much code can be found within forms and objects on forms such as buttons. There may be no code in modules except those encapsulated in forms and objects.

Terry
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