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Access currentdb.version numbers

Posted on 2005-04-28
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What are the currentdb.version values for the Access versions later than 2002? I understand that Access 97 = 3.0 and Access 200 and Access 2002 = 4.0.
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by:Jim Horn
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Access 97 uses Microsoft Jet Database Engine 3.0 to 3.51
Access 2000 onwards (including 2003) uses Microsoft Jet Database Engine 4.0
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As far as object models, Access 9 = 2000, Access 10 = XP, Access 11 = 2003

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