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Can I use FMS Total Access Memo 2003 with Access 2007?

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Is FMS Total Access Memo 2003, currently  using with Access 2003 is compatible with Access 2007?
Can I use the same third party control in my MS Access 2007?
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You'd have to upgrade to the latest version: http://www.fmsinc.com/free/updates/memo.htm
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