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    Re: Access runtime (Acc97 on xp)

    2. Access Runtime lets you open a database, and edit data, but you can't edit the design of database objects, you need the full version of Access for that.

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    Access runtime (Acc97 on xp)

    I run Access97 but another program that I loaded the other day installed Access2000 runtime. The first time I opened my current database it asked did I want to upgrade to Acc2k, I said no, but later decided that it might be a good idea, but I don't get the option anymore.

    1. How do I get the option back again?

    2. What are the limitations of runtime over full Access?

    3. Will the 2000 Runtime run on win95?
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    Re: Access runtime (Acc97 on xp)

    Additional question: Will Access2000 runtime run on Win95?
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    Re: Access runtime (Acc97 on xp)

    According to Office 2000 System Requirements on the Microsoft Office site, Office 2000 will run on Windows 95. Since Access Runtime is a stripped-down version of Access, it should work too.

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