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Old July 16th, 2004, 05:36 AM
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Hi There,

I have an Access 97 database that I need to maintain independently of the installed Access version on client machines.

I do not want to make the move from DAO to ADO.

I understand that the Access developers edition allows for runtime installation of access developed databases, and I assume this would solve my problem

I wondered if anyone has experience of this edition of access and could advise me?

 
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