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We work in a shared enviroment up to 10 users. Each user normally work
in the design view of him own form or report.
This was possible for ACC 97.
Now I understand that is not possible for ACC 2000.
Somebody know if is possible in ACC 2002?, or in other database?

I will really appreciate your answer, thanks

Jorge / Chile
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Each user must have their own copy of the front-end (the file that
holds the forms, reports, modules). The front-end is linked to the
back-end (the data tables), which resides on a commonly accessible
server or network computer workstation.

See the Access help articles "Split an Access database"

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Jorge wrote:
We work in a shared enviroment up to 10 users. Each user normally work
in the design view of him own form or report.
This was possible for ACC 97.
Now I understand that is not possible for ACC 2000.
Somebody know if is possible in ACC 2002?, or in other database?

I will really appreciate your answer, thanks

Jorge / Chile


Nov 12 '05 #2

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