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I'm looking for a way to VIEW (not edit) tables or queries in a Microsoft Access database on a mac. The database file is located on a Windows computer, and can be put in a shared network location. Basically I want to enter and manipulate the data as normal on the Windows computer, but have the data be viewable remotely from both Windows and OSX computers. I would use the Microsoft Access Runtime client but this is windows-only unfortunately.

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Check Google. Here is the search and here is result – Vladimir Oselsky Jan 8 '14 at 22:03
    
Thanks. I was hoping for something where I could control which queries and tables they could see but this might be the best I can do. – Jumpy89 Jan 11 '14 at 0:07

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