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    MS Office 2010 Access Switch Board Manager

    we are running Server 2008 R2 with xp pro and Office 2010 one of the IT teachers is saying that some switch board manager option that was in office ACCESS 2003 is not available in Access 2010 for our students its not even greyed out? but if the teacher was too long on they can see it.

    We dont want to give students the same access as the teachers for obvious reasons.

    they are also saying about the obtion to set passwords, just wondering if anybody has experinced this before and possibly now if there is a GPO setting to change?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    If anybody is interested managed to solve this issue just by saving the original database as office 2003 then repoen that database in Access 2010 again and this option will appear back.

    Bear in mind that you have to download an office compatabilty pack too.

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