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Run Time vs Full Version

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by softspoken, Apr 28, 2010.

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  1. softspoken

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    I have created a database , split the database , and now I have multiple user ready to key into a form to update the table on the back end.

    Sent in a request for multiple liscenses and it was denied. They told me to create the database so that they could use the database in Run Time.

    Is there something that I have to do in order to allow the users to do the same work through Run Time?

    (Access 2003)
     
  2. softspoken

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    upping for help
     
  3. OBP

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    Don't the users both have Access on their computers?
    What have you got to produce "Run Time Versions"?
     
  4. softspoken

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    I just tried a few different users and now they are able to access it through run time. I think it was just one individuals laptop that had some issues. Thank you for your quick response and assistance ..
     
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