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    rickpaulos is offline Novice
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    What version of Access? forum doesn't have options for what I have.

    Just signed up and the forum enrollment insists I choose an Access Version. None of the choices match what I have:

    Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus
    Access
    Version 1909 Build 12026.20264.

    Which of the forum choices should I select?

    Thanks,
    rick

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    pbaldy is online now Who is John Galt?
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    I'd just use Access 2016 for now. I'll alert the admins to see if they can add options.
    Paul (wino moderator)
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    Matrix is offline Admin
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    If your version isn't listed, please specify it in your post when asking questions.

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    And I believe they now have "Office 365" as the very last choice in the list of Access Version(s).

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    Seems that 2019 is also missing from the list of available options.

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