Losing your work or someone else's work, or not realizing what changed can cost you considerable headaches, money, and embarrassment. Trying to manually compare Microsoft Access objects is slow and error prone. Total Access Detective handles these issues for you thoroughly and quickly.
In its seventh major release since its debut in 1995, Total Access Detective is trusted by the Microsoft Access community around the world. With each version, we've added more functionality to maximize your control of your Microsoft Access databases, and improve your productivity.
Discover why so many Microsoft Access users and developers rely on Total Access Detective to pinpoint exactly what changed in their Access databases.
Eliminate the guesswork and get on with your real work!
Total Access Detective is available depending on whether you want to find differences between objects in one database or between databases.
Total Access Detective lets you compare any two objects in your currently opened database right from the Microsoft Access Add-ins menu:
Run Total Access Detective from the Microsoft Access Add-ins Menu
Specify the pair of objects in your Microsoft Access database to compare
When you want to compare two databases, open our database comparison program and point to your two databases.
A wizard takes you through the process of:
Total Access Detective then examines all the objects you selected and presents the results.
Results are displayed on screens that you can view, sort, filter and search. Reports are available and you can even export the results to a table in your database.
For more details on what Total Access Detective offers, visit these topics:
When you need to know exactly what changed in Access, Total Access Detective delivers! For example,
Total Access Detective is available from Microsoft Access 2016 to Access 97. If you're an existing customer, here are the enhancements in our latest releases:
See the product guide for a complete list of features.
Due to the differences between Access versions, there is a separate version of Total Access Detective for each version of Microsoft Access. It can compare all the database formats that its Access version supports. For instance, if you are using Microsoft Access 2016, Total Access Detective 2016 will run in Access 2016 and compare Access ACCDB (2007-2016) and MDB (2000-2016) database formats. Simply choose the Total Access Detective version for the Access version you are running.
Since Microsoft Access 2013 discontinued support for Access Data Projects (ADPs), if you need to compare ADPs, you must use a 2010 or earlier version.
Total Access Detective Pricing
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Premium Support Subscription
Also available as part of
Total Access Ultimate Suite
Total Access Developer Suite
|Total Access Detective is licensed on a per user basis.
Each user who runs the program must have a license.
Read the License Agreement for details.
Total Access Detective is invaluable when you need to know the exact difference between your Access objects and databases. Discover why so many Microsoft Access professionals count on Total Access Detective to be more productive. We guarantee Total Access Detective will pay for itself and delight you with its flexibility and ease of use. If you are not completely satisfied with Total Access Detective, return it within 30 days for a prompt and courteous refund.
"Total Access Detective is well worth every penny, it will quickly pay for itself through savings in time and effort."
Tom Cryan, Denver Access User Group product review
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