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How to you handel different access versions running the same database

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ken
I may need to have front ends configured for Access 2002 and 2000 and
have one access 2000 backend. I think it might work? Right now I have
access 97 and 2k on my computer and when I tried linking to a table
from 2k to 97 it took it. So I'm thinking that if I have Frontends
configured for different access versions and 1 backend I might be able
to solve my problem.

comments?

THanks in advance.

Nov 13 '05 #1
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ken wrote:
I may need to have front ends configured for Access 2002 and 2000 and
have one access 2000 backend. I think it might work? Right now I have
access 97 and 2k on my computer and when I tried linking to a table
from 2k to 97 it took it. So I'm thinking that if I have Frontends
configured for different access versions and 1 backend I might be able
to solve my problem.


Multiple front end versions with the back end in the oldest version is a
common setup and it works just fine.

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ken
Don't answer. This was already answered previously. Sorry....

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