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  Monday, January 18, 2010 – Permalink –

Access Transition Tutorials

Available in PDF


This collection relates to the transition to 2007, but most are also appropriate for 2010.

"The main intent of these tutorials is to guide frequent users of Microsoft Access through the transition of earlier versions to the new 2007 edition. Throughout the different tutorials . . . topics from program specifications through features added, dropped, or unchanged as well as demonstrating implementations of subjects discussed."



  • Microsoft Access 2007 in the box (Office editions and what's new)

  • Microsoft Access Head-to-Head (Access 2003 vs. Access 2007)

  • Microsoft Access Side-by-Side (Access 2003 vs. Access 2007 continued)

  • Microsoft Access 2007 PDF and XPS support

  • Microsoft Access 2007 Ribbon/Office menu customization

  • Microsoft Access 2007 Navigation Pane customization

  • Microsoft Access 2007 Working with the Attachment DataType

  • Microsoft Access 2007 Working with the Rich Text Feature

  • Microsoft Access 2007 Collect Data Through Emails
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  Tuesday, October 16, 2007 – Permalink –

Access 2007 Developer Extensions

No cost tool


"The Access Developer Extensions include the following components:


  • Save As Template
    Enables you to create database templates (ACCDTs) that can be featured in the Access 2007 Getting Started screen.

  • Package Solution Wizard
    A wizard that creates a Windows Installer Package (MSI) to install your database and any supporting files and optionally includes the Access 2007 Runtime, or prompts the user to download the Access 2007 Runtime.


  • Source Code Control
    Integration with Microsoft Visual SourceSafe or other source code control systems to allow check-in/check-out of queries, forms, reports, macros, modules, and data. You can also see the differences that have been made to your checked out objects."



Access Templates
Developers Extensions



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  Friday, October 05, 2007 – Permalink –

Getting Started in Access '07

Old command locations


Microsoft has issued great "Getting Started" flash programs that help you find 2003 commands in 2007.

Now they have one for Access:
Interactive command reference guide


While it does not provide the Getting Started tab like is available in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, it is helpful.


Getting Started with '07


There is also one for Outlook:
Getting started in Outlook '07



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  Monday, September 17, 2007 – Permalink –

Runtime and PDF

Add-in's complete


Great news, you can now redistribute and use the PDF and XPS add-in with your Runtime solution.
The Runtime's code has not been changed. Your existing runtime solutions can now officially be distributed with the PDF and XPS add-in by chaining the .msi for PDF and XPS into your install process for your app (after the Runtime).
PDF-XPS Supported


You may copy and distribute the object code form of the add-in listed below together and for use only with the Microsoft Office Access 2007 Runtime software, subject to the license terms accompanying the Microsoft Office Access 2007 Runtime software download:
2007 Microsoft Office Add-in: Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS (located at PDF add-in download)

Runtime for Access 2007



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  Tuesday, June 26, 2007 – Permalink –

Runtime for Access 2007

Free Download !


Access is not included in the basic Office 2007 suites. If you want to distribute your database projects to others in the office, you'll need this download.

The Access 2003 Developer Extensions cost about $500. The 2007 download is free!


"Microsoft Office Access 2007 provides a rich platform for developing database management solutions with easy-to-use customization tools.

If no end-user customization is required (including report modifications), you can choose to distribute those Access 2007 solutions so that they run without requiring a full installation of Access 2007.

To do so, you must package and distribute your application with the Access 2007 Runtime.

The Access 2007 Runtime is similar to previous runtimes in that all design-related UI is either removed or disabled.

You do not need to buy any special SKU in order to redistribute the Access 2007 Runtime. You can freely redistribute it or point users to this download."


Access Runtime

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  Friday, May 25, 2007 – Permalink –

Ripple the Ribbon

Change the look


"Learn how you can create a custom Office Fluent Ribbon for an Access 2007 database by using only Office Fluent extensibility markup XML and macros.

Discover how to create a command space without writing any code and also learn about more advanced scenarios that require code."


Customizing the Office Fluent User Interface




Customize the Ribbon



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