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Access Database Security Seminar
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Learn how to properly secure your Access databases. Control and monitor everything your users can do in the database. Manage the complete flow of data into your database.

- 1. Preview of topics covered
- 2. A step-by-step Lesson Plan
- 3. Complete Walk Thru of the completed database

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Listbox Comment from Chris Thompson @ 1/24/2017
Using Access 2010... I'm having difficulty with the ServiceListBox. While I seem to have all the same underlying properties set the same (although I may have missed one :) ) later in lesson 14@4:52, I attempt to select an item in the list box. However, for some reason when I do, I only get a faint border around the fist line in the box - that is, I cannot select (and see the black background) of the actual item that I have selected. When I Googled this I found one instance where they found the reason was that the listbox is unbound  on a bound form. Unfortunately, they don't detail the solution. Seems to me that this listbox should work regardless that the form is bound to CustomerT. Any Ideas?

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Have your tried deleting the listbox and re-adding?
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Listbox Comment from Dan Gettinger @ 1/4/2017
Disregard my previous question.  Figured it out.  Needed to add the relationship between the StatusT and the ServiceT.
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Listbox Comment from Dan Gettinger @ 1/4/2017
When I create the QUERY for the list box as you have done, I end up with a line for each status.  Any idea why and what I need to change?  Using Access 2013 if that matters.

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Why would there not be one for each Status?
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Service ListBox Comment from Brian Merrick @ 8/24/2015
When i go to a blank record in the customer form and double click on the list box which is empty i get a message that says this is not your customer.

Reply from Alex Hedley:

You could add a

If Not IsNull(ServiceListbox) or ServiceListbox <> "" Then
End If

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