Now I though I was good at finding answers - NOT --
I built an app in Access 2003, a rather stright forward simple program. Sent it out to several clients.
All was good untill one of my users did not have the correct version, did not check with me and installed on Access 2002. Man, it hit the fan. He can not run his ol'relibable databases because he gets the error -- "security settings restrict access to the file because it is not digitally signed".
SO now it's my fault (I know you'all have been there!). I used the Microsoft Package wizzard to put the pony show together, so the clients registry was affectived I'm sure.
1. Why did my little tiny, plainly dressed , never had a date program mess up his macro security settings.
2. Where do I go to reset the Macro security settings in Access 2000 / 2002.
Boy, sometimes I feel we all should get together and boycott brother Bill -- we atre his testing team. Say where's my check Bill.