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Old Copy of Access 2007 Link 
Mubeezi Micah     
17 hours ago
Dear Richard,

I know this sounds a bit weird but i need a copy of Access database engine 2007. By any chance did you ever download it? If not, where can someone download archived/legacy files that one? Read More...
Richard Rost    
17 hours ago
Boy, I don't think I still have a copy. I know I had it at the time, but I usually don't keep old versions of software. I haven't purchased "retail" boxed software in a LONG time. It's all downloads now, and I never keep them after I install them. Not sure if you can still get it from Microsoft. I see used copies on Amazon, but those are still like $150. Crazy. LOL
Richard Rost    
17 hours ago
Just curious - what do you need 2007 for? And is this something you need DESIGN capabilities for, or would the Runtime work?
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Print out Barcode Link 
Geir Arne Hansen     
2 days ago
I get Samples every day that I registered in access with sample ID. Is there a way I can Print out a barcode for the sampleID field?

Geir Arne
Richard Rost    
2 days ago
Yes! Barcodes in Access is something that I've been wanting to cover for YEARS. Hang in there. I'll do a short seminar on them very soon!
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Link Access to Excel Link 
Michael Jones    
2 days ago
Is there a tutorial showing how to link a data base with excel
Richard Rost    
2 days ago
Yep. Access Expert 20, lesson 2. If you're ever searching for a topic, use the search bar above, or check out the Access Index which is a fully text-searchable page.
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Invoices do not match forms Link 
Michelle Seidelin     
4 days ago
Hello Richard

I have a mystery for some reason after bringing in the tables forms queries into another database the reports/invoices don't match up with what's on the screen do you have any suggestions don't really want to print everything out and start entering everything again this is a real mystery the product list was rewritten to get them into a better order a while back but all the totals do come to what they should be so it's a real mystery I could wipe the order detailed table and re-enter 700+ orders I will do this if necessary Read More...
Richard Rost    
4 days ago
Hi Michelle. Without seeing your database, it's impossible for me to tell what's going on. If you imported all of the objects from your old database, they should "match up," but again, if I can't see it, it's hard for me to tell.

I'm happy to give you personal email assistance. The Forums and TechHelp are FREE support, and I answer as many of them as I can every day. If you need me to look at your database or give you one-on-one help, see my Consulting page for details.
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Calculating Percentage Link 
Michael Jones    
4 days ago
Hi everyone, I need some help with a report I am doing.
On my report I have 2 unbound text boxes. One gives me the total of Members the other gives the total of paying members. I want a 3rd Text box to give me the percentage of Paying Members. I can,t seem to get a formula that works. Read More...
Richard Rost    
4 days ago
It should just be a matter of math. If you've got Text1 and Text2 then in Text3 just make the ControlSource =Text1/Text2. Provided they're numeric values, that should be all you need to do.
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