How to programatically determine version of Access being used by users?

I have VBA to determine and log the computer's username and system name (I use it for a log on/off table).

Is there a way to determine what version of Access they are running using VBA, so I could pick that up and record it as well?
(my application is saved as an mdb (2003), but some users are using 2007)
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Application.Version returns the version of Access in use (eg. XP is 10.0)
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
you can use
application.Version -- will give you the  office version
11.0 for 2003
CUrrentdb.version  - will give you the Access engine version
4.0 for 2003

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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
see this link

Access 2000,2002,2003 are all Version 4

Database Engine      Version (year released)      Microsoft Access
Microsoft Jet      4.0 (2000)                         2000 (9.0)
Microsoft Jet      4.0 (2002)                         2000 (10.0)
Microsoft Jet      4.0 (2003)                         2000 (11.0)
Microsoft Ace    12.0 (2007)      

SheaJeffAuthor Commented:
Application.Version was exactly what I needed.
Thanks also for telling me the values for the respective versions.
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