Why not a programmable function button in MS Access?

There is a medical database is full of people and their personal Affairs. Basically the database consists of three forms: "list", "Personal" and "Diagnosis"; the Two queries: "list" and "new list"; And the table: "business source". The latter depends on the "new list". All this is stored in the format *.accde. Use the latest version of the program.
The problem is the following: After clearing the cache, temporary files, defragging the cache, hard disk and check it for errors, when you move the database file to another directory, or renames, cease to function button in the interface of the base, not the count of elements in the list. But I can manually enter data into the query, but not in the interface database.
It is worth noting that I'm working with this database in a workflow and not with the purpose of learning. This is not yet had time to understand access'e, and visual basic E. Not understand how to change the directory or the name change affect the functionality of the base due to clean your computer from all unrighteousness.
I will appreciate any tip to solve this problem, as still trying to learn this due to the fact that I and this base depends on the work of many organs of our organization, I already have to make changes in the organization of the database.
OS: Windows 8.1 x64
MS Office Professional plus 2016 version "16.0.4266.1001" x32
July 9th 19 at 12:59
2 answers
July 9th 19 at 13:01
Solution
Reduction works protection from unknown macro where the file is at this path spelled out how trusted, so it works.
Enabled all macros. Works is fine. Thank You! - Rosalee_Stokes commented on July 9th 19 at 13:04
July 9th 19 at 13:03
And the implementation of the macros, with a probability of 99 percent. Microsoft by default macros are disabled and do not trust them. Option two - make the file trusted by opening it through the office, and is correct, replace the macros to code and not to use.

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