Database Security is typically one of the last steps in Database Development. Although there are several options for implementing and working with Access security, when available, you should always default to using your own network security.
If you’re new to Access 2003, you’ll find security implementation rather painless. When working with Access security, you often have to make a series of choices. For example, you have to choose between security levels (Low, Medium, or High) and whether you wanted to run potentially unsafe code or not.
You can adjust your own Access security level within the Macro Security dialog box by choose Tools: Macro: Security from the Menu bar.
Figure 86. Macro Security Dialog Box