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Access issues with Microsoft Access

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Old 10-23-2007
IanT
 

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Access issues with Microsoft Access
I finally decided that I have some time to allow for problems, and updated my
XP professional OS to Vista business on my laptop.

I can see and access files on my shared drive, but when I try to open an
application with Microsft Access, I get an error message saying "This file is
located outside your intranet or on an untrusted site ..."

Any pointers wher to go to make this a trusted site please?

Thanks

Ian
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Old 10-23-2007
Gary G. Little
 

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Re: Access issues with Microsoft Access
Once Access is open, you will see an Options box just below the ribbon and
above the main window. Use it to Open Trusted Locations and set the paths
Access needs to to get to your MDB/ACCDB files. If you do not see the
options box, then select the cirular icon in the upper left corner. You will
see it in the bottom bar of the menu that opens.

And this question is better asked in one of the many Access newsgroups.

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"IanT" <IanT@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I finally decided that I have some time to allow for problems, and updated
>my
> XP professional OS to Vista business on my laptop.
>
> I can see and access files on my shared drive, but when I try to open an
> application with Microsft Access, I get an error message saying "This file
> is
> located outside your intranet or on an untrusted site ..."
>
> Any pointers wher to go to make this a trusted site please?
>
> Thanks
>
> Ian



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Old 10-23-2007
IanT
 

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Re: Access issues with Microsoft Access
Thanks very much. I thought it was a Vista issue - hence posting here.

Regards

Ian

"Gary G. Little" wrote:

> Once Access is open, you will see an Options box just below the ribbon and
> above the main window. Use it to Open Trusted Locations and set the paths
> Access needs to to get to your MDB/ACCDB files. If you do not see the
> options box, then select the cirular icon in the upper left corner. You will
> see it in the bottom bar of the menu that opens.
>
> And this question is better asked in one of the many Access newsgroups.
>
> --
> The personal opinion of
> Gary G. Little
>
>
> "IanT" <IanT@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:038AE1C6-CEA7-4E12-96DE-5FB91A372F10@microsoft.com...
> >I finally decided that I have some time to allow for problems, and updated
> >my
> > XP professional OS to Vista business on my laptop.
> >
> > I can see and access files on my shared drive, but when I try to open an
> > application with Microsft Access, I get an error message saying "This file
> > is
> > located outside your intranet or on an untrusted site ..."
> >
> > Any pointers wher to go to make this a trusted site please?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Ian

>
>
>

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