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Access Howto:

What version of Access is the user running? by randysmid
Posted: 29 Oct 02 (Edited 27 Nov 02)

Yes,
It is possible to determine the version of Access that is running within an Access application.  This technique uses the "SysCmd" object.   The code is relatively simple and doesn't require any additional VBA "references":

If SysCmd(acSysCmdAccessVer) = 7 Then
   MsgBox "This is the Access 95", vbOKOnly
End If

If SysCmd(acSysCmdAccessVer) = 8 Then   'assumed to be 8
   MsgBox "This is the Access 97", vbOKOnly
End If

If SysCmd(acSysCmdAccessVer) = 9 Then
   MsgBox "This is the Access 2000", vbOKOnly
End If

If SysCmd(acSysCmdAccessVer) = 10 Then
   MsgBox "This is the Access 2002", vbOKOnly
End If

Obviously, this could have been created with "Select case" statements.


HTH,
Randy Smith
California Teachers Association

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