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Welcome to our FAQ section where we provide information answers to many of the common questions we receive regarding the installation and use of the Microsoft Access Databases and the free database examples that we make available on our website.

If you have an installation or similar question about MS Access Database that you think should be included here please visit our Contact Us page and let us know.   However if your question relates to Access Database development or VBA coding, then our Developer’s Forum would be the perfect place to ask the question or find the answer.

How to Install a downloaded Access database

Note: Many Microsoft Access Database software provided by GI Business Databases Solution automatically create a Trusted Location entry for the folder in which the database is operated (and any linked table’s folder). To avoid the security risk of making your desktop […]

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Password Protect MS Access VBA Code

Many MS Access developers have asked if it is possible to password protect the VBA code in an Access database they have developed, without  password protecting entire database. The answer is yes! To password protect the VBA Code in an […]

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Do I need Microsoft Access installed on my computer to use an Access Database?

The simple answer is YES! Microsoft Access Database is required to run an Access database. The good news is that if you don’t already have Microsoft Access Database installed on your computer Microsoft provide a FREE runtime version of Microsoft […]

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Setting up Trusted Location in Microsoft Access Database

For security reasons, every time that you start a Microsoft Access Database which was created on a computer other than your own (a foreign database), Access Database will prevent any macros or Visual Basic (VB) code from until you have […]

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Lowering Macro Security Settings in Microsoft 2003

When you first open an Access Database which was created on a computer other than your own (a foreign database), which contains macros or VBA code, Microsoft Access Database 2003 will display the following Security Warning. The reason for this […]

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How to Disable the Microsoft Access Database Security Notice Warnings?

Each time you run a Microsoft Access database that was not created on your computer, and which contains macros or visual basic code to provide some form of database functionality, you will be required to ‘Enable’ the macros and code […]

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