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Old March 22nd, 2006, 05:54 PM
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Hey Everyone,

Can anyone recommend any utilities/programs that can map out the current structure on an Access Database and make it availble for printing? The current projects that I'm working with are complex because of the number of other databases and text files that are linked to and from. If it's free that wuld be even better :)

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Robert

 
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Nothing free comes to mind, but I could put in a plug for FMS's Total Access Analyzer. I've used it extensively to document a bunch of complex db's and have always been really happy with it. It installs as an add-in with menu access. Ain't nothin' it doesn't document (completely "printablely"), including code modules (both VBA and user-defined functions and subs, arguments, parameters, the whole nine). Addresses performance issues too. Worth having around.

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http://www.fmsinc.com/products/analyzer/index.html

Bob





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