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Thanks to Jeff Conrad on the Access test team for this:
Office Online now has published four articles with material pulled from the Microsoft Office Access 2007 Inside Out book. This enormous book, published by Microsoft Press, is co-authored by Access MVP John L. Viescas and recent Microsoft hire Jeff Conrad. You can find these new articles at the following links:Exploring a desktop Access 2007 database:http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access/HA102326851033.aspx
Create an Access 2007 database using templates:http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access/HA102326861033.aspx
Build forms in Access 2007 using design tools:http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access/HA102326841033.aspx
Automate applications with macros in Access 2007:http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access/HA102326831033.aspx
Thanks John and Jeff for making this possible!
When will be possible to compile .mde or .accde to .exe?
Sorry Daniel, that isn't something we're looking at. If you want to distribute a solution to users who don't have Access, your best bet is the Access runtime.
blogs.msdn.com/.../access-runtime-re-released.aspx Also, for future reference, this sort of question is best asked in one of the Access community venues:
This is completely off-topic, but I am not sure where else to turn as there is little here about Access and SharePoint and the posts that do exist are closed and quite old.... Anyway, I am stumped. If I export Northwind 2007 to WSS 3.0, the tables, like Customer, that contain 'Contact' type information get exported to an WSS 'Contact' content type. Very cool! Now you can view them in Outlook as a contact list. However, if I craft a table from hand with the exact same name, and the exact same fields, and export it, it is exported as a 'Custom' content type and I get no Outlook love. What magic is done in Northwind to make this happen? I really want to be able to do the same thing. P.S. Access makes a great front end for reporting on data from SharePoint. Please, more content about Access and WSS!!!
Great question Doug! Check this out: