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    Hi all I have a question, I am working with Access 2007 and I'm not sure as to how to change it into an ADP. Access Data Project, SQL Server 08 will be on the back end. Doesnt seem to be as easy to do with 2007? Can anyone help??

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    Access 2007 does not have ADPs.

    Blame Microsoft for that one
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    Wow thats not good, Oh great well I wonder why they discontinued it

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    The missing userlevel security bothered me more, but yeah, it's amazing that Access took such backward steps from 2003 - 2007.
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    I don't use ADP's, and Microsoft seems to be recommending linked tables instead now, but they are still supported:

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ac...679531033.aspx

    In particular "The process for creating an Access project in Access 2007 is not as obvious as in earlier versions of Access. However, you can still create new Access projects and continue to use your existing ones in Access 2007"
    Paul

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