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Determining Access Database Version

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We recently ugraded to Office 2007 & I am having a tough time trying to find out what the version is of the database I have opened. Access 2007 databases are easy to spot because of the extension, but 97-2003 all use the same extension & I don't see anything in the Access menus that addresses the database version in Access 2007 =(. Does anyone know how to do this?

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wow. I wonder why I didn't catch this on my search :\. Thanks this looks like a good discussion about it.
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