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I have a client running Access 2003 and I'm still using 2000. If I write
a database in 2000 and include some VBA, an entry form consisting of a
one to many relationship and one basic report, will I have any known
issues with this when I convert the database to his version? I will
probably take it to him on CD ROM. Help appreciated. Thanks.

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"Steve Bishop" <st****@viper.com> wrote in message
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I have a client running Access 2003 and I'm still using 2000. If I write
a database in 2000 and include some VBA, an entry form consisting of a
one to many relationship and one basic report, will I have any known
issues with this when I convert the database to his version? I will
probably take it to him on CD ROM. Help appreciated. Thanks.

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So you are visiting the site to install this database in person?
Are you planning to leave the database in Access 2000 format? (OK to do so)
Are you leaving an mdb file (with source code) or a compiled mde file?

If you are hoping to come and leave an A2000 mdb file there should be no
problems. But make sure
You take the .mdb (with full source code)
Your A2000 database compiles
You know exactly what object libraries you have referenced. View any code
module then Tools>References.
You give yourself a few minutes to compile the code on his system and check
that no references are missing.
Fletcher
Nov 12 '05 #2

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