MSAccess security, Complete list of all tables and forms and which groups have which permissions to them.

I got a large Access database to manage and one big concern is who has which permissions.
It is a huge job to go through all groups and jot down where they have which permissions.
I whish for a method to have Access create this list for me.
Can my whish come true?
Fritz PaulAsked:
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Yes, you can use either DAO  or ADO for listing all the permissions.
If you are  working directly in Ms Access have a look at:

Check the diverse collections e.g TableDefs and than especially the Permissions property.
There is a small example in the MS Access online help.

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Fritz PaulAuthor Commented:
Works well!
I exported the report in txt format and then opened with Excel and changed text to columns and used fixed width to select appropriate widths and produced a nice Excel spreadsheet with exactly what I wanted.
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