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Okay so I converted my mdb file into an mde file so that no one else can edit or change things in the database but you can still edit in the mde file how do i make it so no one else can change or edit my database info but me
I inherited a few databases which were created in Access 2000. I only have Access 2003 and I needed to make a new MDE file, I converted to Access 2003 then created the new MDE file. Now the problem is this, the new MDE won't write to the backend database.