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how do I get the  security warning to g o away completely On my machine it does not come up,on someone else
',s machine we click allow but it stops certain codes from running
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 167 total points
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place your application in a trusted location or add the location of your application as a trusted location

File > options > trust center > trust center settings > trusted locations > add new location

you can also use , on the same window

macro settings, select Enable all macros
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by:Gustav Brock
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A good location is Local AppData.

Open Windows Explorer and type in the top bar: %localappdata%
This opens the user's local appdata folder.
Create a folder here as to your liking. Could be: OurApps
Copy your access file to this folder and create a shortcut for the user on the desktop.

/gustav
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by:DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform)
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OR ... if it's your system, just Trust the entire C drive. Hey ... I trust myself ... so no problem.

mx
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Your are the best
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