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MDEs and Run-Time Executables

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SAM
Hey Everyone,

This is probably an often-asked question, but I have not needed
to use these things as virtually all of my clients have Access
in their environments.

I know what MDEs are, so that's not the issue. A client needs
a run-time version of an Access 2000 application. I know they're
different from MDEs, but I haven't seen any selections from the
menus to tell me how to go about this. I have Access 2000 Pro,
but I hear that I need the Developer edition.

If anyone has a step-by-step listing of how to accomplish this,
that would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for all replies.

SAM
Nov 12 '05 #1
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SAM wrote:
Hey Everyone,

This is probably an often-asked question, but I have not needed
to use these things as virtually all of my clients have Access
in their environments.

I know what MDEs are, so that's not the issue. A client needs
a run-time version of an Access 2000 application. I know they're
different from MDEs, but I haven't seen any selections from the
menus to tell me how to go about this. I have Access 2000 Pro,
but I hear that I need the Developer edition.

If anyone has a step-by-step listing of how to accomplish this,
that would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for all replies.

SAM


Step 1: Buy the developer edition
Step 2: Follow the steps in the package and deployment wizard.
Nov 12 '05 #2

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