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Upgraded to Access 2007 but now will not open 2003 database. Comes up with "You do not have permissions.. contact your administator or the the person who created this database..."

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Find the database you wish to open, right click on the file and uncheck read only.

next, you will need to convert the database to a 2007 files. See instructions in PDF file:

http://www.tr.tcu.edu/files/ConvertDatabaseTo2007.pdf

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