How do you fix Microsoft Access error 2950?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
According to Microsoft, this error is caused by a macro running in a database that is not trusted. You can either move the database to a trusted location, or trust the author of the database. Here it the KB Article on this issue: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/931407
Another reason why this happens is due to network permissions. The user accessing the application will need modify,read, write and execute.
- Anonymous6 years ago
Check your references in the code window.
Open a module and then go to tools/references.
There may be a missing reference. Try unchecking the reference and then run the same mdb or accdb file.
- 4 years ago