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How to check if running in full version or runtime

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Hello,

Is it possible to find out if the current code if executing in the full
version of Access or if it is using a runtime? We have a number of
roaming users running a mixture of versions, but using the same
program. I need to implement features such as spell-checks, but don't
want to confuse the runtime users with options they cannot use. Is
there some sort of check that can determine this?

Thanks

May 15 '06 #1
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Try:
SysCmd(acSysCmdRuntime)

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Is it possible to find out if the current code if executing in the full
version of Access or if it is using a runtime? We have a number of
roaming users running a mixture of versions, but using the same
program. I need to implement features such as spell-checks, but don't
want to confuse the runtime users with options they cannot use. Is
there some sort of check that can determine this?

May 15 '06 #2

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Thanks Allen

That's exactly what I needed...

Mac

PS - Perth Rocks!

May 15 '06 #3

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