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UNDERSTANDING ACCESS MULTIUSER HANDLING

The best way to get going with Access's multiuser features is to look at some of the options available.

Access has certain options you can use to set up for working on a network. To get started, open the Options dialog by choosing Options from the Tools menu. Next, click the Advanced tab (see Figure 22.2).

Figure 22.2. The Advanced page of the Options dialog lets you set multiuser options as well as other options.

The following sections discuss each option on the Advanced page that deals with multiuser issues.

Note

The DDE Operations and OLE/DDE Timeout options are discussed in Chapter 13, “Driving Office ...

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