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Microsoft Office Access

The '' macro action cannot be run in disabled...

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  Microsoft Office Access 

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  The 'item ' macro action cannot be run in disabled mode.

The current database is in a location that is not trusted and has content that has not been enabled. Some macro actions are not allowed to run if the database is not trusted. The current macro action is not among the macro actions that are allowed to run in an untrusted database. If you trust the source of this database, you can enable the content by using the Message Bar.
The Message Bar is located directly below the ribbon. Use the following procedure to enable all disabled content for the current database session:
On the Message Bar, click Enable Content. The Trust In Office dialog box appears.
In the Trust In Office dialog box, read the warning for more information about why the content has been disabled. If you trust the content, click Enable this content, and then click OK.
NOTE: Unless you move the current database to a trusted location, add the current database's location to your list of trusted locations, or change your macro security settings, the disabled macro actions will be enabled only for


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  C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\

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  Windows XP

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Last update: 14-Sep-2011 11:56 pm