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Can't digitally sign VBSA project in Access 2000/Office 2000

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Gregor1234, Aug 6, 2004.

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  1. Gregor1234

    Gregor1234 Thread Starter

    Jun 3, 2004
    I don't quite know which forum to post in so I'll start here.

    Has anyone ever have trouble signing a VBA project on Access 2000?
    (I'm using Office 2000 premium.)

    I've done the following:
    1) installed digital signature in Office Tools
    2) generated my certificate using Selfcert
    3) oened my Access DB and went into the VB editor
    4) opened the Tools> menu

    Result: No "Digital Signature" selection was available. in the Tools menu

    Looked in VB editors in Excel and Word…
    "Digital Signature" *was* right there in the "Tools" menu.
    Just not in Access.

    In Access, went to:
    View >Toolbars>Customize…>Commands>Tools
    and whaddaya know… There's "Digital Signature" right there!

    BUT guess what? I can't drag in onto any tool bar or open menu.

    Does anyone know what's going on or has this happened to them?
    I looked in Office/Access Q&A forum on the MSDN website and actually found similar posts but the only suggestions were to try the things I've already listed above.

    I searched the MS knowledge base but found no pertinent answers. The Office on-line help gives little/no help for digital signatures.

    Ideas? Answers?
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