This article explains how to use validation rules and validation text in table fields and form controls.A validation rule is one way to restrict input in a table field or a control (such as a text box) on a form.Your app or add-in must be fully functional with the supported operating systems, browsers, and devices for Office 2013, Office 2016, Share Point 2013, and Office 365.Your app or add-in's described features must work on a touch-only device without a physical keyboard or mouse.
Here is some information on why it does this and how to convert the files so you won't get the error message.When you define rules for tables, those rules apply when you import data.To add validation rules to a table, you open the table and use commands on the Fields tab of the ribbon.Notification is also necessary if your app or add-in offers additional features or content for sale, either through purchases within the app or add-in or other means.If your app or add-in collects credit card information or uses a third-party payment processor that collects credit card information, the payment processing must meet the current PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).Including two links to some microsoft blabla webpage.Obviously the document is safe as I created it myself some months ago. (On a sidenote, a rethorical question: Will Microsoft never learn?Microsoft recently released a component for Office called Office File Validation that is supposed to help protect against attacks using malformed files.Because I recently performed file fuzzing tests on Microsoft Office, I decided to test the effectiveness of Office File Validation.Validation text lets you provide a message to help users who input data that is not valid.When data is entered, Access checks to see whether the input breaks a validation rule – if so, the input is not accepted, and Access displays a message.You must provide instructions and links to resources in the submission form's testing notes that will be needed for Microsoft validation of your app or add-in.If, for example, your app or add-in requires a login/password, you must give Microsoft a pre-existing working login for testing purposes. Yesterday I updated Office to the latest service pack, i.e. This morning, when opening an MS Word document (format, and a document I created myself some months ago) I was greeted with a new dialog box saying: Security Alert - Office File Validation WARNING: Office File Validation detected a problem while trying to open this file.