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    1 comment  ·  Access (Desktop Application)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Matty Brown commented  · 

    Looks like this idea has already been done. You can manage images in the gallery by right clicking on them. You then have the option to Rename, Delete or Replace them.

    It's fairly basic and it's a shame you have to go into design view on a form or report to get access the the Gallery, but the basic functionality is there.

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    1 comment  ·  Access (Desktop Application)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Matty Brown commented  · 

    Never going to happen... your accdb is a database - not an application. You need full-fat Access or Access Runtime to "execute" it.
    You're able to compile it and create an accde file from it, which is a compiled version of the accdb file which has better performance and means that your forms, reports, etc are not editable and your VBA code is not viewable (though tables, queries and macros are viewable). You can also go one further and rename your accde file to accdr so that it always opens in runtime mode... but that doesn't prevent anyone from renaming it to gain access to your tables, queries and macros.

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    Matty Brown commented  · 

    Do you mean when you type Me!, you'd like it to list the field names that are bound to the form/report so you don't have to guess them or look them up?

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