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When you save an Access file as ACCDE what features do you lose? Macros? VBA?
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The only 'feature' you lose is the ability to get into Design View of Modules, Forms and Reports ... and  VBA code.

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So, in that sense  .... your code and design elements of those objects are protected.
Note that Tables, Queries and Macros are not protected.
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Thanks very much
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