Just wanted to let you know that the Tool | Macro | Security -> Low
setting worked. Since I don't have Access 2003, I would probably
never have found it.
Thanks for your help.
On Sun, 28 May 2006 13
35 -0400, "Sylvain Lafontaine"
ca (fill the blanks, no spam please)> wrote:
>When I said recompiling all modules, I mean doing it from Access 2003. Try
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>asking one of your user to do so and after that, ask him to repeat the
>process after adding a useless reference to make sure that all modules are
>Also, ask them to try with the /decompile option.
>It is normal that there is a change for some of the references in going from
>A2000 to 2003 but as you don't have A2003, it may be hard to find the error
>here. Did you try using the Remote Desktop Connection? Might be a good
>time to start fiddling with it.
>The message about a possible virus in Access code is a *feature* of A2003
>(and a real pain in the a** by the way). Your users will have to lower
>their security setting: Tool | Macro | Security -> Low.
>(If they have upgraded from a previous version of Access, this option might
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>be missing from the menu, see http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=833219 for
>how to solve this.)