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Package and deployment wizard for Access 2003

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How do you get the package and deployment wizard for access 2003?
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It's called:

'Microsoft Office Access 2003 Developer Extensions'
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Probably hard to come by at this point.  eBay or some similar source.  
And ... the Dev Version of A2007 is months away :-(

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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 125 total points
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The Developer Extensions are the current "flavor" for Access Developers, and can be purchased through pretty much any outlet, including directly from MS:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/office/aa718673.aspx

Be VERY careful when purchasing this, however; the ADE comes ONLY with Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Office, and ONLY comes with the retail boxed version. This can sometimes be purchased via download, but be very, very careful and make sure that you purchase the correct thing.

The other way to get the ADE is to purchase an MSDN subscription. These can get pricey, of course, but if you're a software vendor and meet the requirements, you can sign up for the Empower program, which allows you to purchase an MSDN subscription for a substantially reduced price: https://partner.microsoft.com/global/40011351
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