[Licensed To]Microsoft is providing free developer extensions and runtime Access so you can create an Access 2007 application and give it to users who do not have Access 2007.(In previous versions, this was an additional commercial product.) There are many other little improvements as well.
Column 10 (October/November 1997): Creating bitmaps from arbitrary pixel data.If you are having difficulty using an Access 2007 database in Access 2010, see Microsoft's article, Backward Compatibility between Access 2010 and Access 2007. Any new database is initialized with whatever you placed in the template - settings, properties, forms, reports, macros, modules, references, error logging, splash form, ...Seriously useful for individuals and developer teams who want consistency.Solves many problem properties (Name Auto Correct, default references, etc.)For the first time, you can format text a text box: bold, italics, bulleted lists, fonts, colors, etc. Applies to text boxes that are unbound, bound to an expression, or bound to a Memo field that has the Text Format property set to Rich Text (in table design.) Note: stores HTML (not RTF.)Collection of variables that can be used application-wide and survive code resets.Example: In Auto Exec macro, Set Temp Var named Licensed To to "Acme Corporation", and add this text box to each report header: =[Temp Vars]!However, Access kept giving me the syntax error message shown below.