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Using the Standard Version Microsoft Access Data File


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One of our needs would be to have access to the Access database tables to print custom reports that we make in Crystal Reports or Access 2003. Would this be possible with your product?

When I open the database in Access I do not see the table that contains the actual Asset information. Is this hidden in the demo version?


Yes, you can open the ASSETS.MDB file using Microsoft Access. To find the location of the data file select:


from the main menu. Make sure to Exit the program as the data file is locked while the program is open.

The table that contains asset information is called ASSETS.

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