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Access ignoring default printer settings

I have several Access programs, they're fairly complex, lots of VBA in them and dozens of reports, linked tables, etc. When I print these reports, they don't respect my default printer settings ...
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Undelete records in Microsoft Access

About 600 records in a Microsoft Access File (.mdb) have been deleted. The .mdb file size hasn't changed, being around 20 MB. AccessFIX (Demo) shows the exact number and contents of the deleted ...
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Microsoft Access does not print all data shown in the preview

We are using Microsoft Access and HP printers. Some reports created in Access show up all data which should be printed in the preview, but when it comes to printing, there data missing on the paper! ...
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Linux Mint (Ubuntu) Microsoft Access Replacement?

I've just switched over from Window to Linux Mint, and the only thing I'm missing is a replacement for Microsoft Access. I'm aware of LibreOffice (which comes installed), are there any others I ...
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Export Microsoft Access tables to MySQL

I have a database that was created in Microsoft Access and I'm trying to replicate it in a MySQL database. Is there some sort of tool that can do it? Historically, I've exported to CSV and then used ...
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1answer
132 views

Access 2003 under Virtual PC: can I migrate to real PC? Or buy Office 2010?

27" iMac running win7 under bootcamp (slick! ). I have Access 2003 program with files linked through ODBC used by 4 installations (all with Access 2003 installed). I want to buy Access 2010 and try it ...
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Remote Desktop freezes when using MS Access or opening shared folders for a specific user

One of our users connects to an XP machine via Remote Desktop and logins into that machine as herself. She mainly works with MS Access in that Machine. However everything she clicks anything inside ...
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Application: MSACCESS The Win 16 Subsystem has insufficient resource to continue running. Click on OK, close your applications, and restart your machine

Believe it or not, we've been asked to resurrect an ancient MS Access 2.0 application that hasn't been used for a few years. However, we cannot even get it to run under XP. We're getting: ...