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    Hi all,

    Some time ago I installed V-Tools, (I don't remember where I picked it up from -- there's a chance it was here, but a search yielded too many results to check), and I find it really useful. Especially because of the "Work on Queries"/"Work on SQL" form:

    Work on Queries
    Using this tool, you are able to work on SQL statement for all your queries in the same time.
    Search for a string or perform a 'search and replace' in all the queries.
    Hope this is not a duplicate post and that you find it just as useful.
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    V-Tools was mentioned by unkamunka in 2006: V-Tools Freeware Utility (2.0 - 2003).

    It has since been updated to support Access 2007 too, so it doesn't hurt to draw attention to it again.

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    [quote name='HansV' post='797866' date='14-Oct-2009 08:46']V-Tools was mentioned by unkamunka in 2006: V-Tools Freeware Utility (2.0 - 2003).

    It has since been updated to support Access 2007 too, so it doesn't hurt to draw attention to it again.[/quote]

    Good.

    I started in my current job in Oct-2006, and some time later (I guess a couple years later) I found the Access Tools | Addins menu, which was populated with what I thought were several Microsoft add-ins, such as the Solver or Analysis Toolpak add-ins for Excel. As I became more dependent on the Work on SQL tool, one day I sought it in my home computer, and to my surprise it was not there, nor could I locate the XLA equivalent for Access. So I started investigating what was going on and it dawned on me I had installed V-Tools at work, but who knows when.

    I see unkamunka's post dates from Apr-2006, prior to me starting this job. Normally I remember when I did what, so this is a little bit puzzling, but well... I'll have to live with it!

    What matters now is that V-Tools is here to make things simpler.
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