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access xp cant open access 97 mdb with security

Postby jose » Sat, 27 Sep 2003 00:19:33 GMT

   I have upgraded my office97 to officexp.  
  
    When I try to open access97 database with user 
security, accessxp tells that,  I don't have permissions 
to open it, if I'm not the owner.  
  
    I only can open this database like this:  
  
    -  if the database's owner open it before me the first 
time, because if I open before the database's owner I 
can't open it  
  
  
   Any ideas?





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