Trusting a file


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Trusting a file

Every time you open an Access data file, you have to go through a security check, since databases are potential security threats. Acro can place a virus in a macro, which is a piece of automated code, and when it runs, the virus can infect your computer. To prevent this, when you create a new Access file, or open up an existing file, there are two places you can go: The first is to your File tab and to this Info button right here, and you'll see a Security Warning. I can click on Enable Content and click on Enable All Content right here.

But there is another place that I can do it. If I go to the Home Ribbon, the first time I open up the file, I'll see Security Warning in this yellow bar. And if I click on Enable Content, it will set it as a trusted document. And if I go back to the File Ribbon, you'll see that the Enable Content is no longer here. This one security setting will alert Access that you are confident that the file is your own, or created by a source that you trust....

Trusting a file
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Trusting a file provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Access 2010 Essential Training

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