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DBC2007

Database window for ACCESS 2007 and for Access 2010/2013

Current Version 1.7 - A2007, 1.4 - A2010/2013 (07/12/2011)

 Deutsche Version

 

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The database window is a COM Add-Inn developed in VB2005 and requires .NET Framework 2.0.

MDB, ACCDB and ADP are supported.

After setup and start of Access a new group and a new button "Database Window" are available on Tab "Home".

Use this button to display the database window. 
 

Use the option settings to customize the database window. You can reach the options by click on the tool symbol in the database window.

 

 

 

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The display of hidden and system tables is controlled by the relevant Navigation Pane options of Access 2007.

Right click on the Navigation Pane's headline, then select "Navigation Options ..."

You can also reach the "Navigation Options" by using the "Office Button" / "Access Options” / "Current Database" / "Navigation" / "Navigation Options"

 

In the options dialog window select "Display Options" and check "Show System Objects".

Note: The start of Access may be delayed, due to loading of COM Add-Ins and manipulation of ribbons).
 

 

Download (Version 1.4 (Access 2010/2013) - Setup 740 KB) 

   

 

Download (Version 1.7 (Access 2007) - Setup 619 KB)

   

 

 Changes:

Version 1.4 - A2010/2013:

  • little Bugfixes

Version 1.7 - A2007, 1.3 - A2010:

  • Bugfix (Querys - Copy, Save as)

Version 1.6:

  • Change Date format to (YYYY/MM/DD)

Version 1.5:

  • Fixed: Not all forms/reports will be displayed in the database window.

 

Last Updates:

22.09.2015
New IDBE RibbonCreator 2016 (Version 1.1001) for Office 2013 (x86 and x64) and Office 2016 (x86 and x64) ...


19.01.2013
Update the Website. ...

04.01.2012
Update the Website. ...

29.08.2011
Revised versions for IDBE RibbonCreator2010 (Version 1.1014a) ...

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Last update:
January 22, 2017, 17:48