MS Access - Disabling warning messages when opening a hyperlink

By sureshchandracir ·
I am using an access database to keep track of circulars from my head office. the circulars are either .pdf files or .jpg images. For opening a particular circular i have a hyperlink in my search form, which opens this particular circular. But befor opening the ciruclar, the windows displays a warning " opening of these files may be harful to your computer, do you want to open this?" . I want to remove this warning since it is not going to open an unknown file, but a trusted one. Can anyone help me please?

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Any solution to this problem?

by marco.cirelli In reply to MS Access - Disabling war ...

I am encountering the same problem (Mac OS X 10.5
Leopard, MS Excel X for Mac). Whenever I click on a
hyperlink in the Excel sheet, a warning message appears:
"Opening file:... Some files can contain viruses or
otherwise be harmful to your computer. It is important to
be certain that this file is from a trustworthy source.
Would you like to open this file?".
How can I remove/suppress its appearance? It's
particularly annoying because this delays the opening of
the file.

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