Working only with digitally signed files can help build a "circle of trust" in Access.
Wondering which data you can trust? Wouldn't it be nice if you could verify the integrity of the files that you open? Working only with digitally signed files is a good practice that can help protect your database environment.
When a digital signature is attached to a file, it helps assure you that the person or company that signed the file is in fact the originator of that file and wrote any code or macros that it may contain.
To learn how to work with macro security levels and digitally signed files, click Next and continue reading the lesson on your own.