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In Access 2010 New Features, author Alicia Katz Pollock explains each new and enhanced feature in Microsoft Access 2010. This course covers the Backstage view that replaces the File menu in Office 2010, shortcuts for building tables, new layout tools and navigation controls, the macro designer featuring IntelliSense, as well as exporting to and collaborating in SharePoint. Exercise files accompany the course.
Every time you open an Access database you have to go through a security check since databases and macros are potential security threats. But instead of enabling the content every single time you open the file you can now establish the file as a trusted document and skip that step in the future. When you open up an Access file you'll see a yellow security warning across the top, asking if you want to enable all the content. Click the button one time and you won't have to do it again. If you're on a network you may get an extra dialog box explaining that others on the network may be able to "tamper" with the file.
Just click Yes to that message. If you need your database to not be trusted, you can always go back to the File tab and go down to the Options and down at the bottom of the list you'll see Trust Center, and we can go into the Trust Center Settings. You can specify Trusted Publishers, Trusted Locations, Trusted Documents. This Trusted Documents will allow you to clear all the trusted documents settings, so that you'll have to click the button again on each of the files. This one security setting will you time every time you open the program.
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