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> Office 365 Access Runtime Available
Posted by GroverParkGeorge - Jan-14-19 - 2 replies
Thanks to VIP Member Adz, adaytay, for pointing out that Microsoft has released the newest Access runtime for Office 365 Access.

The Access runtime is free. You can use it to deploy your accdb to users who do not have a licensed copy of Access on their computer.
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> Passing Of One Of Our Stalwarts
Posted by GroverParkGeorge - Sep-6-18 - 34 replies
We just became aware of the recent passing of one of our senior members, Dennis Kuhn, aka Doctor9.

Dennis was a moderator and editor who exhibited unfailing patience and understanding in trying to guide new members in their acquisition of Access and Excel skill and knowledge.

We don't have details of his passing.

Dennis will be sorely missed.

Our best wishes, thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.

Farewell, good friend.

George Hepworth
UA Admin Team Member
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> Chip Pearson
Posted by DougY - May-1-18 - 4 replies
It is with great sadness that we announce that Chip Pearson, Excel MVP, has passed away on April 19th 2018. Chip was an MVP for the last 16 years, and his contribution to the community we are all part of were tremendous.

His obituary can be read here: http://www.kccremation.com/ObituaryDetails.aspx?id=23658

Go well Chip. Thank you for all your help and support to the community.

UtterAccess Team
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