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Access Database opening in read only

Hi, I have several access databases stored on a server and each user can access any of the databases in edit mode from their work stations - that is all but one. She can access every other databases stored on the server in edit mode but when she tries to open the one in question it will only open in read only mode for her (and her only - for everyone else it is fine). Does anyone know how to give her access to this database in edit mode also.

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  • davidgreydav Jan 22, 2009

    PS: We are running Access 2003

  • davidgreydav Jan 22, 2009

    Thanks for your reply. Nothing seems to be set as read only (all are unchecked). As mentioned earlier there are several databases stored in the same area and all but one can be accessed in full edit mode by this user.

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Check the folder type it may be just set for read only. the administrator has the option on the interface to see if the database is read only for others or if it is editable.

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