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Can users in Microsoft Access 2010 be removed from all Security groups including "Users'

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We have a lot of old employees that my boss would like not to show up on the "Print users and groups" builtin report.  I was wondering if I removed them from all security groups including users, if that would do it?

If not is there a way to keep them in the database because they are needed for the records to show who worked on a particular form but remove them from the security report?
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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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No, you cannot remove user accounts from the users group.

And no, there's no way to modify the built in report.

I would write my own report.

Jim.
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