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Old February 16th, 2006, 06:01 AM
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Default Run Microsoft Access 2003 with runtime

I write a program by using ms access 2003
Is that possible to run the ms access 2003 under a pc which dose not have Ms Access?

by last version I am using a CompactManager to run the version create by using Ms Access 97.
Is that have any runtime software or manager can use to run Ms Access 2003 mde file?

Please need... help...

Thank you very much

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I don't do this, but I think if you convert the app to an MDE file it will run without Access.

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mmcdonal, sorry to disagree but creating an mde will not run on a machine without Access. C_O, you will need package and deploy software (such as Visual Studio) that not only packages up your application, it will include a free runtime version of Access to deploy to machines that do not have Access.



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