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    Command-Line startup options

    I'm looking for the command-line option to start an Access 97 database in a simulated run-time environment - using Full-version Access. I can't manage to find the switch in the help files anywhere!
    I think it is /RUNTIME but I'm not sure.

    Any help is appreciated.[img]/w3timages/icons/grin.gif[/img]
    Many thanks,

    -MarkJ-

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    Re: Command-Line startup options

    DOH!! I kept playing around with it and found the answer to my own question.

    The /RUNTIME switch is correct for starting Access in Runtime only environment. But apparently you need to have Office Developer installed for this to work properly (I think).
    I have Office Developer 2000, but not 97 - which is the format of the database I was testing.

    I guess I'll convert it to 2000 just to make sure it runs under the run-time environment.

    Thanks for taking time to read this rhetorical and somewhat confusing post.[img]/w3timages/icons/thinks.gif[/img]

    -MarkJ-

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