I'm building a member's register type database for a club I'm a member of.
Some of the people who use, update and print reports from the database will have limited computer skills and probably no experience with databases.
I want to design a start up screen that when Access is opened, shows only the forms, reports etc that a basic user would need to use to enter new data, view and print reports etc.
Is this something that is likely to be possible for a complete access novice to achieve? Can anyone give any hints or direct me to a link where I might be able to learn how to do this - in a language that a novice can understand.
This article can help with your task (only difference is that for Access 2010 you will need to click the File tab where the article mentions "Office Button".) Copy and paste this link to your browser to view the article:
I created my own one but what did is in the tag field I put user or admin or manage then when the user log have code that loop though the controls reading the tag if not there login status visible would be false
hope this help
See clear as mud
the aim is store once, not store multiple times
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