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Access runtime - Installshield

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I have made an Access runtime installation with Installshield Express 5. It
works good, but I can't figure out how to implement the runtime swich in
the shortcut.

Any ideas??

Sigurd
Nov 12 '05 #1
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On Wed, 29 Oct 2003 20:01:40 +0100 in comp.databases.ms-access,
"Siggy" <s-*****@online.no> wrote:
I have made an Access runtime installation with Installshield Express 5. It
works good, but I can't figure out how to implement the runtime swich in
the shortcut.


Surely you don't need that with the runtime version of Access?

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Nov 12 '05 #2

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On Wed, 29 Oct 2003 20:01:40 +0100 in comp.databases.ms-access,
"Siggy" <s-*****@online.no> wrote:
I have made an Access runtime installation with Installshield Express 5. Itworks good, but I can't figure out how to implement the runtime swich inthe shortcut.


Surely you don't need that with the runtime version of Access?


You would if you wanted to insure the app ran in the Runtime environment
even on PCs that might have a licensed version of Access installed. Not a
big deal, but it does automatically suppress the db window and default
menus without having to design all of that into the file while developing
it.
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Nov 12 '05 #3

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That won't stop the creative type from looking up the location of the
shortcut target and double-clicking it...

Pavel

Rick Brandt wrote:


You would if you wanted to insure the app ran in the Runtime environment
even on PCs that might have a licensed version of Access installed. Not a
big deal, but it does automatically suppress the db window and default
menus without having to design all of that into the file while developing
it.

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to this message. Send instead to...
RBrandt at Hunter dot com

Nov 12 '05 #4

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