Hvala na odgovoru. Zaista, uvijek prije postavljanja pitanja uvijek pogledam forume, prvenstveno ES i tek onda pitam. Kreirao sam program u accessu, i nisam postavio nijedno pitanje, jer sam uvijek odgovore nalazio na forumu... ali za ovaj nikako ne mogu da se snadjem, zato sam i postavio pitanje.
Na neti sam nasao sljedece objasnjenje:
Access 2007 compile ACCDE
When preparing your front-end database file for delivery to users, you will want to consider what you want to allow your users to be able to do with your front-end file. If you want to allow them to make design changes, open tables directly, edit or view VB source code, then you can deliver the file "as is." More commonly, you will expect users to have much more limited capability to simply view the forms and reports as you have prepare them, without being able to view or change the form/report/code design. The easiest way to do so is to compile Access into an MDE or ACCDE file format. A standard Access database file is in a "semi-compiled" state which means Access does some level of compilation of any VB code you have created on the fly. Compiling your Access database simply means that a new file is created with the extension ending in "e" instead of "b," and the objects are fully compiled such that a user cannot open a form or report's design view, nor can they inspect your VB code. This protects your intellectual property, prevents many types of tampering, and also makes your database load (only slightly) faster. A few other points to help with front-end preparation:
Ali na accessu 2010 en mogu da nadjem tu opciju...