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Mac version of MS Snapshot Viewer

Mac version of MS Snapshot Viewer

Mac version of MS Snapshot Viewer

Hey all, we recently moved to a paperless check stub and now all check stubs are sent in Access Snapshot format (.snp file extension). For those people who don't have MS Access on their computers Microsoft has a free utility called Snapshot Viewer.

I have a Mac user who needs a Mac version of Snapshot Viewer but I haven't been able to find anything definitive. I have seen Google results that show sites that have the software but I'm hesitant to trust anything that comes from a Warez site. Does anyone here know if a Mac version of Snapshot Viewer even exists?


Joe B  

RE: Mac version of MS Snapshot Viewer

...doesn't look like one exists for mac, other than installing windows on a mac...

...is it viable to convert the snp to pdf?

...not used it myself, but have found this piece of software for Access 2000 to 2003:





RE: Mac version of MS Snapshot Viewer

Hey apepp,

We're just going to have him use a PC to print out his check stub. This ought to be entertaining.

thanks and have a Merry Christmas,

Joe b  

RE: Mac version of MS Snapshot Viewer

...OK, all the best!!

...have a great holiday, and new year 2010!!




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