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  1. Release an Office 2019 Access Runtime

    The Access Team previously stated that "Access is included in all Office 365 plans and Access 2016 Runtime click-to-run is also available for customers".
    This leaves a gap for anyone that has installed a lower version of Office 2019 that does not include Access. The Access 2016 runtime will not install as it is MSI, the Office 365 access runtime will not install as it clashes with Office 2019, which it insists you uninstall.
    We are having to tell our customers to not install Office 2019.
    So please can we have a runtime that plays nicely with Office 2019

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    The current plan is to make Access RT 2019 available for customers to install from the Office Deployment Tool. This should be available in the second half of 2019.
    The recommendation for Office 2019 perpetual consumers, is (and will remain) to install the free version of O365 Access Runtime from the download page.

  2. Microsoft Accessで、2019年11月の更新プログラムが適用されると、「クエリが破損しています。」というエラーが発生し、処理が動かなくなる事象

    Microsoft Accessで、2019年11月の更新プログラムが適用されると、「クエリが破損しています。」というエラーが発生し、処理が動かなくなる事象が発生しています。

    対応アップデートパッチは
    office2016:KB4484113
    office2013:KB4484119
    office2010:KB4484127
    による現象のようで、当該アップデートをアンインストールしたところ、現象は起きなくなりました。
    また、現象が発生している箇所ではdocmd.runsql文によるクエリ実行を行っており、そのポイントでabendしている様です。
    (ランタイム版でしか動作を見ていないので、厳密にステップ実行トレースしたわけではありませんが。)

    ご確認頂きたいです。
    よろしくお願いします。
    以上です。

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  3. Access con Windows 10 si blocca e si butta il programma se cambio una scritta o immagine in Pannello Comandi in maschera principale

    Non sto parlando dei titoli dei programmi che funzionano da Comandi, ma di qualsiasi altra scritta o immagine presente. Ciò mi sembra che dipenda dal fatto che adesso non c'è più la possibilità di "stabilire" quale pagina farà da apertura per l'intero programma, mentre nelle prime edizioni si poteva scegliere. Se lo stesso programma si "manipola" con Windows 7, ciò non succede. Io da oltre 20 anni costruisco programmi successfully con ACCESS, non solo Data Base ma anche Giochi tipo Tombola, Gioco dell'Oca, Biglietteria and more and more, per cui sono "addentro" al programma, ma gli errori "strutturali" non li…

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  4. Fix faulty VBA save functionality; add VBE auto-save and database recycle bin; add much better undo functionality

    The Visual Basic editor should have an auto-save option. Code doesn't take much disk space, so this should be a default option (just like Word has an auto-save function). A couple of times, I lost a great deal of code EVEN THOUGH I SAVED IT, when Access crashed. Obviously, something didn't work with your Visuals Basic save function, as I lost my changes. That needs to be fixed. Nowadays, I'm copying my code to another text editor, just in case Access crashes and I lose my work.

    You should have a recycle bin in Access for deleted tables. Upon exiting…

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  5. Simple improvements for crash, and locked-up related issues

    Sometimes CTRL+BREAK or ESCAPE doesn't work, even when Access says you can press CTRL+BREAK or ESCAPE to stop a task. I keep on running into this problem. I suggest better interrupts are programmed into Access that interrupt processing say every 30 seconds to listen to any interrupting key presses that have been made, so execution can be stopped. Fairly frequently, I'm having to crash out of Access to recover control of my computer. Even sometimes, I have to power off my computer completely (without a proper shutdown), to recover control of my computer. These should be simple things for Microsoft…

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  6. Replace VBA with .NET Core then make cross platform and cloud

    This is a great RAD app, it should be available to all users on any OS. Please keep it relevant. I may turn ancient otherwise cause I'm gonna to keep using it for prototyping!

    Access is cool.

    Please don't die.

    8 votes
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  7. Leave right-click menu searching options available in runtime

    The right-click menu on DS forms contains BOTH design and user elements. Rather than removiing the entire menu in runtime mode, just remove the design options and leave the user-friendly searching features available.

    51 votes
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  8. Create a truly locked down FE format

    ULS was a pain and way too many people implemented it incorrectly but it did serve a function which we have lost. People who develop Access apps for others need a way to completely lock down the FE. The .accde doesn't cut it because users can still modify tables, queries, and macros. We need something that acts like the .accdr but which isn't a trick. I understand why creating an .exe is not an option but you should be able to create a "permanent" format that acts like .accdr but which can't be undone by simply renaming the file. That…

    19 votes
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  9. Package accdr with the runtime

    Please make Access package the runtime with mde/accde/accdr into a standalone EXE like VFP and RBase to avoid the annoying setup and version conflict and make it a truly stand alone app.

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  10. with accde: create forms and controls at runtime. even reports.

    how wonderful it would be to have programmatic access to create forms and Controls at runtime (compiled version)
    Even The ability to create and change reports.

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  11. Solving Bug in Table Design View

    Hello Everyone,
    I have incurred in a big and curios problem recently. While I was designing a Table through the Design View Window, Access just shot down. I looked up on the internet, tried everything the problem was still there. I eventually solved it, but what was strange is that this problem apparently happened because of too many stuff in the Quick Access Toolbar bar. Once i removed them, the problem disappeared. Strange.

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  12. access 2016 runtime

    Let us know when we can download it

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