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WHERE oh WHERE is ADT 7

WHERE oh WHERE is ADT 7

WHERE oh WHERE is ADT 7

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I have heard that MS have produces a package called Access Developers Toolkit.  I'm using Access 97 on Windows 2000 and I was wondering if anyone out there knows where I might be able to get hold of an evaluation copy?  or at least some information on the package, other than the microsoft blerb?

many thanks

Shane

RE: WHERE oh WHERE is ADT 7

Now that version 2000 is out I don't know if you can still get something that is sold with version 97. But you can upgrade to Access 2000 Developer Edition to get the tools needed to distribute royalty-free applications, if that's what you want:
http://www.microsoft.com/office/order/pricing.htm#upgradeapps

BTW, one way to get an evaluation copy is to start a new users group, register it at http://www.microsoft.com/mindshare/default.asp
and request a free copy of Office 2000 as part of the registration process.

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