New Features in Total Access Startup 2010
Total Access Startup 2010 (Version 14.0) lets you centrally manage and
guarantee that all your users always launch the right version of Microsoft
Access with the right version of your Access database (MDB, ACCDB, or ADP).
Total Access Startup originally shipped in 2003 for Microsoft Access
2003, and was followed by Total Access Startup 2007
for MS Access 2007. Total Access Startup 2010 builds on that with additional
features to support Microsoft Access 2010:
Support for Microsoft Office Access 2010 32 and 64 bit Versions
Total Access Startup 2010 adds support for launching your MS Access
databases using Microsoft Access 2010 while specifying whether to use the
32-bit version, 64-bit version, or either. Because of the significant
differences between the 32 and 64 bit versions, your application may only
run one or the other. With Total Access Startup 2010 you can make sure your
users never launch it with the wrong version.
A new version of the deployment EXE is included to
support the 64 bit version of Microsoft Access 2010. If your
application requires the 64 bit version, Total Access
Startup verifies the 64-bit operating system and
Microsoft Office Access 2010 are installed before
Supports All Multiple Access Database Formats
Support remains for all Access database formats
- Microsoft Access 2007-2010 ACCDB formats
- Microsoft Access MDB formats
- Access Data Projects (ADPs)
Support Multiple Access Versions
Total Access Startup 2010 lets you specify a preferred Access version and
older versions. For instance, you can specify Microsoft Access 2010 down to
Access 2000. If the user has Access 2010 installed, it is launched. If not,
it tries to find Access 2007, then Access 2003, etc. If it
can't find that, your message for a missing Access version is displayed.
This lets you support those with the latest version of Access immediately
and those who haven't migrated. Of course, your database must support all
the versions you specify.
Conversely, you can specify an older Access version and any later
versions and it will work in reverse.
Support New Operating Systems
Total Access Startup 2010 supports Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit versions), along with older
Windows versions including XP, Vista,
2000, 98, 95, etc. Total Access Startup 2010 supports all operating
systems that work with Microsoft Access.
A revised help file is included.
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