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help! How to make a mdb run in the windows without access?

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I have absolutely no idea. Any idea will be very much appreciated. Thanks.
Nov 13 '05 #1
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you need access runtime....
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Nov 13 '05 #2

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Paul T. Rong wrote:
I have absolutely no idea. Any idea will be very much appreciated.
Thanks.


What do you mean by run? Using an application?

Do you mean if the person does not have Access installed? The only way
is to install the run-time version of Access (which comes with Office
Developer which is quite expensive).
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Bradley
Nov 13 '05 #3

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You said, the only way is.... that's too bad. I am sure I will need just a
very small part of the Office Developer, it is relatively expensive.

I am very sad, and wish Microsoft can create something more acceptable for
us.

Thanks.

Paul from Slovakia

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Paul T. Rong wrote:
I have absolutely no idea. Any idea will be very much appreciated.
Thanks.


What do you mean by run? Using an application?

Do you mean if the person does not have Access installed? The only way
is to install the run-time version of Access (which comes with Office
Developer which is quite expensive).
--
regards,

Bradley

Nov 13 '05 #4

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Paul T. Rong wrote:
You said, the only way is.... that's too bad. I am sure I will need just a
very small part of the Office Developer, it is relatively expensive.

I am very sad, and wish Microsoft can create something more acceptable for
us.

Thanks.

Paul from Slovakia

Try VB.

Nov 13 '05 #5

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Salad,
Yup. As long as you are only using the ADODB or DAO type libraries. If you
do things that are specific to Access then all bets are off.

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Paul T. Rong wrote:
You said, the only way is.... that's too bad. I am sure I will need just a very small part of the Office Developer, it is relatively expensive.

I am very sad, and wish Microsoft can create something more acceptable for us.

Thanks.

Paul from Slovakia

Try VB.

Nov 13 '05 #6

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