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    tadpole256 is offline Novice
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    Red face Hello!

    I am new to the forum, thought it would be nice to say Hello. Looking forward to interacting with you all!

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    pbaldy is offline Who is John Galt?
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    Welcome aboard!
    Paul (wino moderator)
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    Hello there and welcome to the community.

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    tadpole256 is offline Novice
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    Thanks for the warm welcome. This place is remarkable... I thought I would be bombarding you all with questions, but as I search, it seems all the questions have been answered... It's like the great Access Oracle (no SQL reference intended) .

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    tadpole256 is offline Novice
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    I will say... The profile functions are a bit limited... Because I am currently using Windows 10 predominantly (not listed as an option), and I work with two versions of Access depending on where I am at... 2013 at home and 2010 at work... But I had to pick just one so...

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    Sometimes it matters what version you are using. I have not found many differences between 2010 and 2013 with regards to Desktop Database and VBA. Web apps are different and there may be Macros that do not work on one version if created in the other.

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    And you can define what you are using in your post if you need to

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