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Open an access file withouth the macros running and closing it

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How do I open an access file withouth the macros running and closing it
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 250 total points
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try holding the SHIFT key while opening the  Access file.
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Can you elaborate more on the issue?
Upload a sample database demonstrating the problem.

We used to press the shift key while opening the database to bypass the Autoexec macro.
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I guess you have to hold the shift key.  You have to hold it till access completely loads.
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"I guess you have to hold the shift key"
Yes, that is right, (Press and hold). Thanks!
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