RE: How to put Access 2003 Front End on PC w/o MS Access ?
With access 2007 the runtime version is free. Unfortunately, that is not
the case with previous versions. For A2003 to get the runtime you need
to have the Developer Extensions, which were part of Visual Studio Tools
which is neither free nor inexpensive (if it's still available at all). You
find more info here;
Is there a special 'run time' file I must create when I want to put our
Microsoft Access 2003 Front End on an XP Pc that does not have Access
Thanks for any help on how to do this.
- Re: Access licensing requirements
... You need to purchase the following in order to create an Access 2003 runtime ... Developer Extensions) ... Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP ... > on each local machine or also on the server with the data. ...
- Re: Access 2003 Developer Extensions
... >availability of things when you have a MSDN Universal ... Developer extensions. ... >> expected to get the Extentions via a MSDN subscription ...
- Re: Office 2003 vs Office XP Runtime Deployment
... Developer Extensions) ... The ADE is the product that gives you the license to deploy the 2003 runtime ... Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP ... "Winston Abernathy" wrote in message ...
- Re: Access 2007 Developer
... would be free, or maybe I misunderstood? ... runtime being a free download. ... Tony Toews, Microsoft Access MVP ...
- Re: I need Access Developer Extensions
... Developer Extensions) ... The ADE is the product that gives you the license to deploy the 2003 runtime ... components and you have to have Access 2003 installed in order to install ... Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP ...