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Old 05-16-2018, 01:47 AM   #1
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developer extension

hello

I use Access 2007
I had developer tab in the ribbon and lost it tried to put it back by going to control paned ad cannot find developer extension in the ADDINS

can you help

if Access 2007 developer extension is not stable does anybody know a good cheap third party company that will do set up for access

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Re: developer extension

can you just press Alt-F11?
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Re: developer extension

Unlike Excel & Word, Access doesn't have a Developer tab in 2007 or any other version.

If you want to open the Visual Basic Editor, go to Database Tools => Visual Basic or use the shortcut given by ranman

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