Sorry but the feedback page is not working, I am sending by email
I downloaded the package LibreOffice, because I am currently the a Visual
Basic and MsAccess programmer.
And I thought a very good tool, however I would like to send some
The suggestions are:
1 - Password Option to prevent the drawing mode for end users, objects from
the database as Forms, Tables, Reports, and Macros
2 - Option to start creating a form that would be a menu option to open
other forms, views, tables, queries and reports.
3 - Boot Options to a database, with the ability to more easily hide the
toolbars and menus.
End users are not familiar with many tools and buttons. And they need ease
and simplicity to be able to use a program.
4 - To have to import macros, and ask the password protection code,
discourages programmers to distribute databases for end-users and even by
the internet. Ideally macros not needed to be imported, and they would only
be allocated in a sub-folder of the archive database.
If these options could be implemented, surely this would stimulate much
MsAccess programmers to migrate to LibreOfficeBase.
Rodrigo Bigo Jr
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