After you've set up security for all groups and users, you will need to test it. Make sure that each group has the options that you have selected in the User And Group Permissions dialog box.
Objective: To test the various groups for the security that you set up in the previous tutorial - Microsoft Access Database Security - Security Permissions
Once you have tested your security you will want to Document Database Security.
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