Trusted Locations question Office 2003

I work in a mixed environment of MS Office.  Office 2000 & Office 2007.  I know that my Office 2007 users have to enter the folder where I store databases as a trusted location.  I am familar with how to do that and the steps involved.  On the Office 2000 side, it's easy, there is no macro security warning on db startup, so nothing to worry about there.

I have to deploy an application to a user that has Office 2003, which I believe has the macro security warning.  Can anyone help me with the steps involved to add a folder as a trusted location on a machine running Access 2003?  I will need to provide them and I don't have a machine at my disposal that as Office 2003 for me to test with.   Thanks.
snyperjAsked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
you don't need a trusted folder for A2003
* the macro security must be set to Low
   tools> macro >security

* use digital certificate
* see this link
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access/HA011225981033.aspx#150
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snyperjAuthor Commented:
One of these days I need to look into the dig cert thing...for now I will go the easy route and lower the macro security as a quick fix.  Thanks for info.
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