Access for Mac 64-bit
Why can you not make ACCESS available on Mac? This is the 21st C not the Dark Ages. I have moved from Windows laptop to a 64-bit Mac and have an annual subscription to Office 365. Why is Access NOT available to me as it was before? I cannot be the only person in the world with this problem. I am not a computer expert, just a fairly competent user. If you can develop Word, Excel, etc etc for Mac why not Access? I really don't understand the problem. My databases are now useless to me, as are those of millions of other users worldwide. Help!
There never had been a Mac version of Access and doubt there ever will be. Macs use different code base and from my understanding they'd need to start Access over to be compatible.
It is clearly indicated that there is no Access for Macs on the O365 pages.
Why did you change from Windows to Mac? This is the root cause of your current problem.
You could use parallels to run a Windows VM on your Mac and thus be able to run Access. I know several people that operate in the fashion.
Access uses the Microsoft Jet Database Engine, and it's a core part of Windows and can't exists on Mac, this is the reason.