Here are a couple of other videos where I show how to do SOME of that stuff: Hide Access. But keep in mind a savvy PC user can tell. You can change the icon, hide a lot of the features, but at it's core, Access is always there.
Adam Schwanz 12 months ago
Wait... an Access DB can be "done" :) ? Every time I think that I have to add more features.
Oh... I've been working on mine since 2002. They're NEVER done. Your software is "done" when you run out of version numbers. :)
Kevin Yip 12 months ago
To create a stand-alone application, you need Visual Studio, and use Access as a backend. VS has a free version, supports VBA, and has a great debugger, but is very different from Access and requires a lot of new skills
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