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:sigh: My database suddenly requires me to have my forms appear as read-only's (since my employees are too stupid to NOT going flailing around, typing madly for no reason). However, we still need to be able to edit the information. I've created a second form, mirroring the original, to be my edit...
I have administrator permissions on a PC based database. I would like to add users and give them various levels of permissions. The bottom line is I do not want users to be able to change the design of database, including forms. I am just a touch above novelist so need real specific guidance.