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Old April 14th, 2004, 05:49 PM
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Default ADE file in Access 2000 <---> Access XP

While reading Access help I found the following, and was
wondering if I got it right:

Caution You won't be able to open, convert, or run code
in a Microsoft Access 2000 ADE file in future versions of
Microsoft Access. The only way to convert a Microsoft
Access 2000 ADE file to a future version will be to open
the original Access project the ADE file was created from,
convert it, and then save the converted Access project as
an ADE file.

So if I've developed an ADE file in Access 2000, would my
clients who run Access XP be able to use it ?

It sounds like the wouldn't. But they would be able to use the ADP file, correct ?