You can do it but there are a few things you want to watch out for.
Firstly make sure you create a split database. That is one database file with the tables in and another with the querys, forms and reports in it. You leave the table file in a central location and put the 'front end' on the client PC. This reduces the amount of network traffic.
You will also need to look very carefully at the record locking and how that is going to be handled. Page/Row Level locking can all get a bit confusing with mulit-user access.
I've pushed Access a long way in the past doing something similar - had about 100 tables and too many queries/forms to count with 5 users. It can be done but you need to plan it well from the start and then test it!