Microsoft Access 2003 Updates for Total Access Analyzer 2003, Version 11.7

Total Access Analyzer 2003, Version 11.7 is not the latest version.
Version 11.95 was released in 2015 with many new features.
Existing 11.7 customers can upgrade for a nominal fee. Visit Version 11.95 for details.

The latest update for Total Access Analyzer 2003, version 11.7 is:

11.70.0035 (released March 14, 2007)

This update is available free of charge to registered owners of Total Access Analyzer 2003, version 11.7. The existing version must already be installed.

Notification and download instructions for receiving the patch were emailed to registered owners. If you did not receive instructions, please contact us so we can update your information.

Note that this update only applies to users with Total Access Analyzer version 11.7. If you are using Total Access Analyzer version 11.0, click here.

Update History

This update includes the following fixes and enhancements:

  • Resolves all issue known issues from previous releases.
  • Includes enhanced descriptions for several errors, suggestions, and performance issues.
  • Cross reference documentation has been improved for forms/reports and their subforms/subreports.
  • Properly documents form and report references to controls on other forms/reports.
  • Documents missing field references for Subdatasheet link fields.
  • Documents table reference errors to other tables, queries, or fields.
  • Includes all issue fixes and enhancements included in prior updates. A version history is included below.

This update includes the following fixes and enhancements:

  • Report Blueprints can be properly generated for Mailing Label reports.
  • The "Query List Action Queries" reports properly show all Action queries.
  • All known issues from previous versions have been fixed.

Additional Resources

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You may not re-distribute them without express written permission from FMS, Inc.

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