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MS Access Tools: How To Convert And Deploy An Access Database File As An Executable (ACCDE Or MDE)

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Building your Access database for others who do not necessarily have the MS Access application or need to gain access to the design environment means wrapping and converting your file into an executable format (ACCDE or MDE). Using the MS Access tools available, this is just a start to a full deploy-able solution. Take a look at this quick video (less than three minutes) showing first the process to convert your ACCDB/MDB file into an executable format and then introducing you to […]

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Compile Access? What About Decompiling Microsoft Access Databases Too?

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The Compile Access VBA and the need to decompile your code can significantly reduce the file size of your Access database and also resolves corruptions (if found). Microsoft Access stores VBA code as both source and compiled code and sometimes some of the compiled VBA code can become corrupt meaning it needs to be flushed or rinsed clean. Therefore, running Microsoft Access in a “decompile” mode causes all the compiled VBA code to be flagged as invalid which then is […]

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Tools In Ms Access Databases: Avoid Microsoft Access Corruptions

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One of the most popular desktop relational database applications of today, sometimes Microsoft Access can get a little ‘confused‘ causing corruption of which there are tools in MS Access to help manage and keep a handle of your database. As a result of some corrupted database files, you are either unable to gain access or see data in the consistent format as expected or worse still, keeps crashing when view a particular record. The reasons why Microsoft Access does this […]

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