Selasa, 06 September 2016

RE: [MS_AccessPros] Different versions of Access


John, I admit I am intrigued!  So what does your FixBroken utility do?


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Sent: Sunday, September 04, 2016 11:19 PM
Subject: Re: [MS_AccessPros] Different versions of Access


The short answer is yes, later versions of Access add controls that are unrecognized by 2007.  All you have to do is open one form or report in Design view, then you're toast for going back.   (You don't have to make changes or save.)


You can try my FixBroken utility in the Files section, but it's not guaranteed to work for databases modified in 2016.  It was originally built to deal with 2010.

John Viescas, author

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Microsoft Office Access 2010 Inside Out

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On Sep 5, 2016, at 02:53, Steve thaw5 [MS_Access_Professionals] <> wrote:

I have a database that I created in Access 2007 and have worked on it
with my home desktop and my work laptop. Recently upgraded the desktop
to Access 2016 and the database appears to function properly on it.

But I am unable to open the database on the laptop, seeing an error
message which reads "An error occurred while loading 'here it inserts
the name of a specific form'. Do you want to continue loading the
project.?" If I click Yes, I get another error message: Material & Log
cannot change the design of frmItemDisplaySpreadsheetStyle. The minimum
required version to change the design is 14.0.0000.0000.! "

I haven't made any design c! hanges since upgrading the desktop. Does just
opening the database in Access 2016 make changes to the database so that
it is incompatible with Access 2007?

Any workarounds or fixes for my problem?


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