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I created databases in Access 97 several years ago & used Access 97
Professional Edition to generate the installation disk, which includes many
accessory files for users that don't have Access on their pc. Trying to determine
what is necessary to do this with Access 2002.
Thanks
Feb 20 '07 #1
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ADezii
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I created databases in Access 97 several years ago & used Access 97
Professional Edition to generate the installation disk, which includes many
accessory files for users that don't have Access on their pc. Trying to determine
what is necessary to do this with Access 2002.
Thanks
I think you may need Microsoft Office 2000 Developer which includes various Tools on the CD-ROM that enable you to distribute copies of your custom Microsoft Access applications to all your users, whether or not they have Access installed on their computers.
Feb 21 '07 #2

MMcCarthy
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Hi John

As ADezii says Access Runtime is now a separate application available with the developer software.

Mary
Feb 21 '07 #3

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