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    smahdih is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Form for users to set security levels

    Dorod (means Hi)

    i create a login form for enter username/password, and for check it use dlookup, now i want create a form for declare level security according to kind of users.
    for example which forms or reports hide or show, which propertis form or report disable or enable and so on



    how do it?

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    Toyman is offline Competent Performer
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    Quote Originally Posted by smahdih View Post
    Dorod (means Hi)

    i create a login form for enter username/password, and for check it use dlookup, now i want create a form for declare level security according to kind of users.
    for example which forms or reports hide or show, which propertis form or report disable or enable and so on

    how do it?
    See if this will help:

    https://www.accessforums.net/access/...vel-18216.html

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    I like to set permission levels based upon the Users Windows Log in. Here is a thread that will show you how this works.

    http://www.mrexcel.com/forum/showthread.php?t=248191

    Alan

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