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Native Barcodes do not Appear in Microsoft Access Reports

We are unable to see the native barcodes when using Access, what are we doing wrong?


05-17-12     2758 day(s) ago    

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Security may need to be changed to allow the Native Generator Code VBA Macros to execute.
In reference to the product: https://www.idautomation.com/barcode-components/access-native/

To enable macros to run in Access 2000 & 2003:
Choose Tools - Macro - Security.
Change the security level to Medium or Low.
Close the database and re-open it. Macros should now be enabled.

To enable macros to run in Access 2007 and above:
Open "Customize Quick Access Toolbar" menu to the right of the office button.
Select "More Commands."
Choose the "Trust Center" menu button on sidebar.
Choose the "Trust Center Settings" button on main pane.
Choose the "Macro Settings" menu button on sidebar.
Select the "Enable all macros."
Choose "OK" to close Trust Center.
Choose "OK" to close Access Options.
Close the database and re-open it. Macros should now be enabled.

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