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Summary

The security system in Access 2003 is quite robust, but also somewhat complex. Using Access security, you can fully secure a database and all its objects. As a developer, you might want to prevent people from modifying the objects in your database. Furthermore, you might want to restrict certain users from viewing certain data, using specific forms, or running certain reports.

This chapter walked you through all the steps required to properly secure a database. It began by showing you how to set up a database password and how to encrypt a database. It then covered all the details of implementing user-level security.


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