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Office Vista 2GB MDB limit?

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Jan
Does anyone know if the 2GB MDB limit has changed?
Also if Excel can hold more rows?

Seems like Access/Excel have not been technically improved for many
years, only tweaking design and features. Too bad there's no real
competition it seems, when Borland and dBase were alternatives, the
database improved greatly for every release.

Oct 14 '06 #1
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On 14 Oct 2006 14:40:21 -0700, "Jan" <ja*********@hotmail.comwrote:

Not likely.
Access is still a small workgroup database. No need for MSFT to have
it compete with its larger brother.

-Tom.
>Does anyone know if the 2GB MDB limit has changed?
Also if Excel can hold more rows?

Seems like Access/Excel have not been technically improved for many
years, only tweaking design and features. Too bad there's no real
competition it seems, when Borland and dBase were alternatives, the
database improved greatly for every release.
Oct 15 '06 #2

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