networking and .....?

hi
i am a dentist.
i have created a frond end application that connected to an Access database for using in dental office.(recording patients information.)
now ,i wanna improve my application to a network-capable one.
it means that,i decided to connect my computer to another in my office locally.
and one of this computer consider as server while another  is client.
and both of computers use Access database via my application.
now here is question:
howmany changes should i apply to my application , to my Access database and ....to do so ,appropriately?

please explain in details,beacause i am newbie,
thankx alot.

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EDDYKTCommented:
Basically you don't have to change anything. Just share your drive and map from both machine

ie. m:\data\data.mdb


In you app, Just point to this database
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ashooooCommented:
Also make sure you have write permissions to the file on the network.
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