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Hi all.

I was told by our IT guy that all our workstations have "Access Runtime 2012 x86 on WindowsXP workstations and x64 on Windows7 workstations"

Is this correct? Is there a version 2012 of the Access runtime?
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 1000 total points
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perhaps they misread it,

Access Runtime  product version 12.?.???  for Access 2007 runtime  (? denotes number)
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The three latest Market version names of Access have been 2007, 2010 and ( just released publicly) 2013.

I suspect Cap1 is right and they are confusing internal version numbers with Marketing version numbers. (Internal versions are 12, 14 and 15 for the versions above)
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