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    cebrower is offline Competent Performer
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    Access 2021 and Access 2019

    Will VBA compiled in Access 2021 run properly on computers with Access 2019 installed?

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    Minty is online now VIP
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    It should do but I'm not sure there is any way to check short of actually trying it.
    I'm not aware of any new functions in VBA that would make it break?
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    I havent had any problems.
    Just be sure if you have REFERENCES, that they are updated too in the new version.

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    The last update to VBA was in Access the answer is yes
    If you mean will an ACCDE file that was created in A2021 run in A2019, then almost certainly ...possibly unless it includes support for the DateTimeExtended datatype
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