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So heres an odd thing I split my database and it Upload Images   Link   Email  
Brian Farley 
10 years ago
So heres an odd thing.  I split my database and it will only save it in a "Microsoft Access Signed Package"  Still has a .accdb but a different icon.  Also, I can NOT open the backend directly.  Throws an error stating that there is no digital signature and to have the issuer send me another copy.  Well I'm the sender so that's not going to work.

I worked around this just by coping the tables to a new db, deleted the tables in the working db and linked the tables.

So what happens to the joins?  like the global ones.  They had to be deleted when I deleted the tables.

I'm on a domain environment, so I'm thinking that's why I can't split them properly, unless you have another idea.

Office 2013, current and updated.

Keep up the great work!
Brian


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Hi Brian,
If you just click save does it prompt to save as another format?
If you click Save As does it give you other options?
Were you the original developer of the access db?
Could someone else already have signed the db before?

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