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MS Access 2000 Password Recoverer 4.2 Screenshot - Soft30.com
MS Access 2000 Password Recoverer will display the password to a MS
database (*.mdb). This program works for MS Access files saved in MS
Access 2000. ...
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MS Access HTML Help Generator 1.2 - Soft.com
MS Access HTML Help Generator 1.2. ... System Requirements: MS Access
2000 / XP /
03 - Microsoft operating system: Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003. ...
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MS Access Password Recovery 1.0 Screenshot - Soft.com
MS Access Password Recovery 1.0. ... This is a free MS Access password
utility, complete with source. Handy for when you forget the password,
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MS Access Password Recovery 1.0 - Soft30.com
This is a free MS Access password recover utility, complete with
source. Handy for
when you forget the password, or when someone leaves a company without
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MS Access 2000 Password Recoverer 4.2 - Soft30.com
MS Access 2000 Password Recoverer 4.2. ... MS Access 2000 Password
Recoverer 4.2.
MS Access 2000 Password Recoverer 4.2. Homepage:http://www.froebis.com
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Access-to-Oracle 1.3 Screenshot - Soft.com
All MS Access data types and attributes are supported. System
Requirements: 32MB
RAM, MS Access (ODBC is not required), Oracle client and networking ...
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Access-to-Oracle 1.3 - Soft.com
Access-to-Oracle is a program to migrate MS Access databases to Oracle
All MS Access data types and attributes are supported. ...
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Access-to-MySQL 3.1 - Soft.com
Access-to-MySQL is a program to move MS Access databases to MySQL
server. All MS
Access data types and attributes are supported. The program has
easy-to-use ...
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