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How do I add a password prompt that will pop up every time I open the access database?
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First, you need to open the db in Exclusive mode.

Then ... see image:

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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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1. Open Access program
2. Office Button >Open
    -Locate the file then select
    -in the Open DropDown, select Open Exclusive

3 from the ribbon, Click database tool and select Encrypt with Password

     enter your password
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Thanks!
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