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1st Save a copy of your mdb file in another directory (Back up)
then Open Access with no db, Choose Convert to MDE and select the database you want to use. This should create an executable MDE file. It will only display forms and reports, NO TABLES or QUERIES shown.

Hope that helps

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Hi There

Is There A Way To Make Access File As Exe File

Thanks In Advance

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Hi I tried the following:
1st Save a copy of your mdb file in another directory (Back up)
then Open Access with no db, Choose Convert to MDE and select the database you want to use. This should create an executable MDE file. It will only display forms and reports, NO TABLES or QUERIES shown.
The tables and queries are still visible and the exe file starts in Mc-Access. Can it not run independently?
thanks,
kesang

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Yes, you can but you need to convert your Access forms, reports, macros, modules to VB6, VB .NET or C# first and then build the application with VB6 or VS .NET. You can take a look at the converters that www.microtools.us offers.

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