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Importing Objects from Acess 2016 ti Access 2013

Importing Objects from Acess 2016 ti Access 2013

Importing Objects from Acess 2016 ti Access 2013

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I have an employee that I’d like to enroll in online Access classes. There are downloads involved in taking the classes from this particular vendor but the classes are in Access 2016 and we use 2013. In general, would anyone in the Tek-tips forum community know if importing objects from 2016 to 2013 would be an issue, or if 2013 would be able to read something created in 2016? My gut feeling is that it would not be an issue but I am seeking your input.

This has been a great forum for me and I have been using Tek-tips to get me through the weeds of Access for many years now. Much appreciate all the great tips and advice I've gotten.

Please advise. Thanks.

RE: Importing Objects from Acess 2016 ti Access 2013

You may start by checking What’s New in Microsoft Access 2016? and if there is nothing that you use in Access 2013 then you are set.

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