Changing permissions, While DB is open. Access 2010

Pretzel911

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Hi,

What I'm trying to do is have the database open with limited permissions, read-only, or just able to read and add entries.

And with a password allow a person full permission, to read, write, edit, delete etc.

Is there a simple way to do something like this.

Any help and reading material would be much appreciated.
 

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Pretzel911

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Sorry for the late response, I was away on business, but thanks so much for the information!
 

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