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Office Developer Edition questions.

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I am developing a simple database (a list of names and addresses), no
reports, but a requirement to integrate with word for a simple mail merge.
10 users, no one has access, all Windows XP machines

Questions:

1. I want to use the runtime version of Access, which version of the runtime
should I use?

1a. I want to make the installation as easy as possible for the users, so to
do this I must buy Office Developer Edition right? As I believe the ODE
bundles the runtime and the DB into one nice little easily installable
package..is that correct?

2. Is there a Office Developer Edition for Office 2003!? I can't find one on
the web.
Thanks

Paul
Feb 7 '06 #1
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The Access runtime for Access 2003 is in the Visual Studio Tools for Office
2003 product (which also provides VB.NET and C# for use with Excel and Word
should you want to use them with Visual Studio applications). For more
information, see
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/as...208861033.aspx.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
"Paul H" <no****@nospam.com> wrote in message
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I am developing a simple database (a list of names and addresses), no
reports, but a requirement to integrate with word for a simple mail merge.
10 users, no one has access, all Windows XP machines

Questions:

1. I want to use the runtime version of Access, which version of the
runtime should I use?

1a. I want to make the installation as easy as possible for the users, so
to do this I must buy Office Developer Edition right? As I believe the ODE
bundles the runtime and the DB into one nice little easily installable
package..is that correct?

2. Is there a Office Developer Edition for Office 2003!? I can't find one
on the web.
Thanks

Paul

Feb 7 '06 #2

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