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Part VI: Using Advanced Access Technique... > Creating Access Data Projects - Pg. 937

Chapter 25. Creating Access Data Projects In this Chapter Moving Access to the Client/Server Model Understanding the Role of MSDE Installing and Starting MSDE Getting Acquainted with ADP Using the Project Designer Using the Upsizing Wizard to Create ADP Downsizing Databases with the DTS Wizard Connecting to Remote MSDE Databases Establishing MSDE Security Troubleshooting In the Real World--ADP on Trial Moving Access to the Client/Server Model Access 2000's new Access Data Projects (ADP), also called Microsoft Access projects or Access client/server applications, let you connect to the Microsoft Data Engine (MSDE) on your PC or to networked SQL Server