Summary: This tutorial summarizes the best selective fixes for one of the most common Access error i.e. Record(s) cannot be read; no read permission on ‘xxxx’. So, go with the post and get the knowledge on best fixes to resolve this particular error message.
You must be familiar with the fact that tables in MS Access database (MDB file) have a planned segregation of data in the form of rows and columns which serve as most effective storage solutions for your data. Tables contain separate cells that help in storing the data separately. But when database corruption issues arises, tables are not prone to this.