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Is ms Access 2010 ansi level 92 compatible? If so how do you set it.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 168 total points
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click on File > Options
select Object designers
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It is compatible but I wouldn't go there.
ANSI 92
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Yeah, if I remember right, it's only a "sort of compatible".

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For a little info:

About ANSI SQL query mode (MDB)
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access-help/about-ansi-sql-query-mode-mdb-HP003070483.aspx

Note the statement:

" This mode conforms closely to the ANSI-92 Level 1 specification, but is not ANSI-92 Level 1 compliant."

  Most of the ANSI 92 stuff added was to support .ADP's and there are still JET specific extensions.

Jim.
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