Re: Cannot create new forms, reports, or macros
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 00:22:32 -0600
On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 11:13:01 -0700, "Greg"
> It appears that when one of the users with modify
>rights is in the database, regardless of whether they have any object open
>such as a table or query, or etc., Access promotes that user to having
>exclusive rights instead of just shared access and therefore, no one else can
>create a form, report, or macro.
That's correct, annoyingly enough. With A2000, there is just one "box"
for all code in the database, including all report and form code; if
anyone has the box open, Access won't let anyone else open it. This of
course makes shared development of a database all but impossible.
John W. Vinson[MVP]
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