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How to open a password protected Access 2000 MDB???

Posted on 2004-10-13
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Generally I will assign databasename to data control like this

Data1.Databasename=App.Path & "\" & temp.mdb

What modifications I have to do to open a password protected MDB file.

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Why you give out grade C?

If the solution doesn't work for you, then you should ask.
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graded as C cause this answer is from someone else
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