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How do I find out which is the active Service Pack for Access 2007

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In Access 2003 you coulg view the SP # in the About data under the Help Menu.  Where do I find this information in 2k7?

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In A2010 - see image.
So in A2007 ... I think the Office Tab >> then Help ?

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office button > access options >resources
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thanks, I am very new to these changes,
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