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Chapter 1. Access 2003 for Access 97 and... > Programmability Enhancements

Programmability Enhancements

Every Access upgrade has added new events, properties, and methods, but Access 2003 is an exception. The only programmability enhancements in the Access 2003 upgrade are changes to the ExportXML and ImportXML methods, and programmatic access to properties associated with smart tags. These topics are beyond the scope of this book. Thus, the following sections, which describe new events, properties, and methods introduced by Access 2002, are intended for Access 97 and 2000 users who upgrade to Access 2003.


The number of new programming elements added by Access 2002 was much fewer than most previous upgrades. For example, the upgrade from Access 97 to 2000 replaced VBA 5.0 with 6.0, and introduced the Office VBA Editor. The VBA 6.0 upgrade added hundreds of new programming elements.



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