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Users and Permissions question

Posted on 2013-11-15
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Is there a way to change the settings on all tables or queries at one time for a User/Group name?  Or do I have to go through each one of them one at a time to change the settings?

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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 2000 total points
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What do you mean by "settings"?

Are you referring to a secured database - that is, one secured with Access User Level Security? If so, and if you're referring to the settings you see in the "Permissions" dialogs, then you should be able to select the multiple items you want to change, and then make the changes. Hold down the Shift key (I believe, but might be the Alt or Ctl key) and click on each object.
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That worked.  Thanks.
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