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Enabling macro commands and disabling Trusted Documents
Enabling macro commands and disabling Trusted Documents
Before you can use macro programming in your database, you
need to enable macros in the Access installation. This process
is described in “Change the default database options” on page
72). Refer to this task to make any further changes to settings
described in this section.
or when the Trusted Documents feature is disabled. You should
refer to your company’s policy on Trusted Documents for advice
on this. In this exercise, we demonstrate how to disable this
feature and thus enable these additional commands.
After you enable macros, 20 macro commands will remain
disabled and will not be visible in the macro designer. These
commands can be made available only in Trusted Documents
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Disable Trusted Documents
1 Enable macros as described in “Change the default database
options” on page 72, then select Trusted Documents from the
options on the left in the Trust Center window.
2 Select the Disable Trusted Documents check box, click OK to close
any open windows, and then close and reopen your database.
(continued on the next page)
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CAUTION The methods described in this topic are intended
to help you get started quickly and should not be interpreted as
recommending a standard configuration for your Office software. For
further details about Trusted Documents and other security issues, visit
the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing page at www.microsoft.com/
about/twc/en/us/default.aspx?CE=Nav2b .
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