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access xp compatible with access 2010

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I've just transferred to a new laptop. I deleted the trial version of Office because I was using PC Mover to transfer everything accross and the old laptrop at Office XP - only trouble it won't activate because I no longer have the CD. If I purchase Office 2010 will my Access database still function exactly the same? It is important that there are no compatibility issues with it.
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yes it will work exactly same as before
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Thanks, don't suppose you would know how to activate the XP version without a CD?
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