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    I must have some terrible misunderstanding regarding Access 2007. I created a form then added control buttons to open another form or run a report. However, the buttons don't work. When I click on them nothing happens. I've inspected the VBA code and it looks exactly like code in Access 2003 apps that I have created and run successfully many times. What am I missing here?

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    you need to make sure that your DB is in a Trusted Location otherwise all code is disabled.
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    OK, Next dumb questions:

    1. How do I tell if it is in a trusted site?

    2. If not trusted, how do I make it a trusted site?

    This whole security thing is beginning to drive me banannas.

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    This post explains.
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    I regret being such a bother. I didn't realize that once you find and select the Trust properties it opens up yet another sidebar with further Trust options. I'm still struggling with the new (to me) 2007 layout. I don't find it at all intuitive. Now everything seems to work. Thanks for all your help.

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