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Just in case you were wondering, Microsoft
have categorically denied that VBA is on the way out in Office Access 2009.
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Here is one of the
questions and answers from the Workbench FAQ page.
We purchased the Workbench at the request of one of our developers.
He thought he had the ability to close open databases, or kick the users off of it, but I don't see that ability. Am I missing something here?
It is in the Workbench, you need to add a bit of code and a form to each database.
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You may have the Admin button turned off, it can be turned on in the Options form by pressing the options button. See figure 2 on this page.
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A year ago I decided that it was time to crank the business up a bit and start using more contractors. When the work starting rolling in thanks to my more pro active marketing, so did the emails and files and the time sheets came in different forms. Quickly I felt like I was losing touch with my clients and projects and the Inbox took far too long to organize. Here is the story about how we used BaseCamp to help out...
Funny video taking the Cheese out of Bill Gates. Takes a while to download.
Any tips on preventing a user from getting to the database window by holding down the SHIFT key when opening a database?
Allow Bypass Key
Easy to do in my workbench
Many thanks for such a prompt and helpful response.
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Garry Robinson - Software
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Microsoft Office Access MVP
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