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Compare Access 2010 vs Access 2013

My company is trying to decide to go with Access 2010 or Access 2013.

Can anyon tell me the differences between the 2 versions?

1. Connecting as a backend data source to application.
2. Reports  any new features such PDFs.
3. Integration with Office, excel outlook and Business Contact Manager.

Anything else you think of?
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Former Microsoft Access MVP)

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Jim Dettman (EE MVE)

@Pat

<<No points please since I didn't actually give you any new information.  Just another opinion. >>

 Actually you did as you brought up the 32 vs 64 bit Editions, which many fall into the trap of when upgrading.   It's a critical point, missed by both Joe and myself and something we should have mentioned.  Wasn't the focus of the question really, but it is an important point when upgrading to either.

 There's virtually nothing out there 3rd party for 64 bit, and as you pointed out, the benefits are very few.

Jim.
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