How to create user login form (MS Access 2000 - 2003)
I have a table called "users", it has two fields "username" and "password".
I have a form called "User Login Form". It has two text boxes and a button as following:
I would like to link these textboxes with a table. The idea is that the user must enter his/her username & password in the mentioned text boxes. Then, the user will press the enter button.
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Answer » The following details one procedure that could be applied to this scenario. There are many more approaches to this and also other areas that will need to be secured within your database environment. You should also look into Disabling/Enabling the Shift Bypass Key.
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