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Documenter in adp?

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The documenter function in MDBs doesn't appear in Access 2000 ADP's. Is
there way to do this short of exporting all of my forms, reports and
modules to an MDB and then running the documenter (which is what I have
been doing now for a couple of years!)
lq

Nov 13 '05 #1
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If you can afford it then Total Access Analyzer from FMS
will do more than you want I suspect.

http://www.fmsinc.com

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Lauren Quantrell typed:
The documenter function in MDBs doesn't appear in Access
2000
ADP's. Is there way to do this short of exporting all of
my
forms, reports and modules to an MDB and then running the
documenter (which is what I have been doing now for a
couple
of years!)
lq

Nov 13 '05 #2

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Yes, I have seen that. But all I really need is the information
provided by the documenter that is available through MDBs - so I think
I will just continue to export all Access ADP forms, reports and
modules to an Access MDB and run the documenter from there. Seems sort
of silly to have to do that when MS provides the tool for MDBs but not
ADPs.

Nov 13 '05 #3

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