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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.
If the solution does work for you, then you should give out at least grade B

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graded as C cause this answer is from someone else
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