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Chapter 15. Going Beyond the Basics > Controlling Permissions for Multi-User Da...

Controlling Permissions for Multi-User Databases

Password-protecting your database is an important step toward securing your data, but Access also allows you to assign permissions to specific users or groups of users within your database. These permissions can apply to tasks like viewing certain types of objects, and changing the database's structure.

Figure 15.04. The User-Level Security Wizard makes it easy to add and delete accounts.



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