Open this screen by pressing Ctrl-F8 while the window you want to set access for is open.

This feature allows you to limit access to screens, and controls, within your application.

In order to set security rights the you must be logged in as a supervisor.

By going to any window, and pressing Ctrl-F8, you will get the Set Access window.

This window will have a list of the Operators on one side (Users with No Access, and Supervisors are not listed). User Groups will also be listed, and users already assigned to groups are not listed.

The list takes the form of a spreadsheet, with the names on the left, and the access rights on the right. By simply double-clicking on the displayed rights, access can be changed from Yes to No. Closing the screen is done by clicking on the OK button.

Bear in mind that the first column (always called access) sets whether or not the user, or group can open the screen at all. So if this is set to: 'No' on the Main Menu, that user or group will not be able to access the Main screen of the program.
It can also cause confusion in cases where there is restricted access to a screen that is opened from a button on another screen, but the button that calls the screen is not restricted. A message saying: "Your access to this part of the program has been restricted" will be displayed and you may be confused because the buttton is visible but use of it is restriced. What has happned is that the 'access' column on the called screen is set to: 'No' so even though the button is there, no access to this screen it calls has been granted.

Also remember that there are certain menu options that users with operator status will need access to (a good example would be the Change Password screen) so use a clever strategy when setting access rights.