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Old January 20th, 2006, 12:30 PM
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I'm considering moving from A2K (ODE) to Access 2003, and have heard that part of the development environment/tools are now bundled in Visual Studio and not Office. I am responsible for 2 applications currently in A2k at work, so I need to be able to maintain them.

1) What license/package do I want for Access 2003 so I can still add-in and use extra ActiveX controls?
2) Runtime?
3)If I need Visual Studio, do I need the WHOLE thing, or only components of it and if there are licensing/package levels for VS, which is the minimum level I need?

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I think u need to get the MsOffice 2003 Professional for ur upgradation from A2K to 2003. VS.... not needed i think so . u may get further details for following links

www.dealtime.com/xGS-ms_office_2003_professional
http://www.microsoft.com/office/edit...y/compare.mspx

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Build with Access 2003 Developer Extensions
at
http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/tec...s/default.aspx


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