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How do I start the Packaging Wizard in Access 2010

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It shows as an active application add-in the Access Options screen.

Thanks in advance.
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You need the Developer extensions:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/office/bb229700.aspx
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Thanks very much.  As far as I can work out I use the Package wizard in Access 2010 and don't need Developer Extensions.  I guess I'll find out.
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