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Microsoft Access is the latest version of Access available as a one-time purchase. Daniel Pineault Replied on December 10, In reply to Daniel Pineault's post on December 9, One more thought came to me. MS now has an Office version for MAC, it may be a more direct solution, but I don't know enough about it to be sure, but it may be worth looking into further.
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John W. Vinson Replied on December 10, In reply to Daniel Pineault's post on December 10, In reply to John W. Vinson's post on December 10, That is too bad! At least there is an alternative solution. Thank you for the info. KL Pier Replied on December 11, User Replied on December 11, Peter Jamieson.
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In reply to A. User's post on December 11, This Word document has details.
The interface changed in Office and , but the steps are the same. I should update this article! Macintosh, Microsoft Office , and Microsoft Access. User Replied on March 11, Yes, the ODBC option was noted in another branch of the conversation. What I'm saying here in this bit is that Mac Excel cannot open. I see you've been adding to a number of threads - nice to get a bit more Mac expertise into these groups!