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Old August 11th, 2005, 11:14 PM
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I developed a tool using Excel VBA for the front end. The tool however queries a Microsoft Access database to get results. I need assistance in pushing this tool to users that do not already have Microsoft Access. Is there something that I can do, or have users download, rather than requiring the installation of Microsoft Access?

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What version of Access/Excel are you using?



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I am using 2002

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Depending on how you are geting the data formn the MDB, you may not need to have Access installed. Have you tried to run your tool on a PC that does not have Access installed?

If your tool requires Access, then the use must purchase Access or a developer can purchase the developer tools and the license to distribute the Access run-time version.



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