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Peekay
post May 22 2019, 08:36 AM
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I have application I am moving out of a shared LAN residence into individual front-end's on each user's desktop. Works fine with two exceptions. When the user opens the database for the first time they will receive two "Yellow Ribbons" with warning messages at the top of the screen. These are apparently modal type because nothing with happen unless the user addresses these warnings. The first one is a "Security" warning asking the user if they want to "Enable". We click on enable and it goes away. The second warning is telling the user the system is in "Read Only" mode, which it isn't. This one is harder to deal with as the only option is to click on "Save As". Which is redundant because the system is already saved.

My question:
How do I make these annoying and problem causing yellow ribbon messages NOT appear at all ?

We will constantly be rolling out this system for new hires and with new revisions. This is a big problem.

Any advice?
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GroverParkGeorge
post May 22 2019, 09:12 AM
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These are both standard features of Office, actually.

The first is related to the default settings for Security. Code (macros and VBA) is disabled by default. You have to either enable content in a particular accdb each time you open it, or you have to change the Trust Settings so that data and macros are always allowed to run. You also need to indicate that locations are Trusted in order for Office to be able to work with files in those locations.

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The second problem is that when you copied the file, it was given the Read-Only property. I've seen that happen more than once. Just change it.
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