If you are building Access applications for anyone other than yourself, you really need to restrict users from things that can break the application, or even destroy it. This presentation will look at a number of features in Access that provide security, and also explore securing your back-end.
After spending 27 years in the telecommunications industry, Wendell Bell began a consulting practice based on Microsoft products in 1991. With the release of Access, he began focusing primarily on database applications, and currently supports several clients in the Denver area, as well as applications deployed in Washington State, Texas and Nebraska. He also serves as a moderator of the WOPR Lounge Access forum.