Client Loves User-Level Security, But Needs Access 2007

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Access 2003
Access 2003 Security
Access 2007
Access 2007 security
Access Database
Access Database Design
User-Level Security
Hey Guys, I have a Client for whom I have remodeled an access database. The database was initially created in Access 2003, and has been updated in 2007, though it is still in .mdb format. I showed the client a few simple user-level security options, and they worked like a charm. The only problem is that when I distribute the database, all of my changes are blown away because I can't properly set up workgroups for access 2007. I still have 2003, so if there is a way to make the changes in that and then distribute the workgroup as well as the database, I would love to know about it. Thanks so much for any help you can give me.

Software/Hardware used:
Microsoft Access 2007

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