Total Access Speller is a Microsoft Access add-in. Because of the property and design differences between Microsoft Access versions, Total Access Speller is Access version specific. It is designed to support all Access database formats supported by its Access version.
For example, Total Access Speller 2010 only runs in Microsoft Access 2010 and works with MDB databases that are in Access 2000-2010 formats, Access Data Projects (ADPs), and the Access 2007/2010 ACCDB format. Note that Access ceased support for ADPs after Access 2013.
The following versions of Total Access Speller are available:
If you have an existing version of Total Access Speller, here's information on the new features:
For information on the history of Access versions, visit our Microsoft Access Version Releases, Service Packs, Hotfixes, and Updates History page.
Total Access Speller does not require Administrator rights if installed for the current user.
Total Access Speller does require Administrator rights if installed for local machine.
Total Access Speller for the Microsoft Access versions that support ADP files also spell check ADP files. ADPs are not supported by Access 2013 or later.
If you have an older version, you can upgrade to versions X.5 for a nominal fee. Customers on a support contract receive updates within the version automatically.
Version X.5 offers ADP support plus many new features.
This error occurs when you attempt to run the Update Wizard by double clicking the "Update.exe" directly instead of running it from the Windows Start menu.
This is because the update.exe file requires parameters to run and return the correct information. In order to determine if there is an update available for this product, please run the update wizard program from the Windows Programs menu under All Programs, FMS, Total Access Speller, Update Wizard.
Also Available for
Microsoft Access 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, and 97
"Total Access Speller is a solid product. If you need spell checking in your applications, you should get Total Access Speller."
Paul Litwin, Editor, Smart Access Product Review