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MS Access versions convertable to PocketPC/Mobile5/PPC2003

by multiplexusa / December 6, 2010 9:40 AM PST

I have been unable to find any information at Microsoft Support or elsewhere that tells me if:

1. I can run a Microsoft Access application on my Pocket PC either under PPC2003 or Windows Mobile 5.0 OSes.
2. Whats the oldest version of MSAccess that will do this?
3. What URL can I find more definitive info on this topic?

Thanks,

Dave

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As a Windows Mobile app writer.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 6, 2010 9:45 AM PST

I hope I can save you the trouble. The answer is no.

And it's worse than you suspect. Pocket Access was never available unless the device came with it.

http://www.pocketpchow2.com/where/where9.htm writes this another way.

Bob (now porting to Droid)

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by multiplexusa / December 6, 2010 12:19 PM PST
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