A. No. OpenGate Database Manager
runs as it's own program within Microsoft Access. You launch OpenGate
Database Manager from the start menu, but it is essentially a compiled
Access database application. You will not need to install it as
No. Microsoft Office 2003 and higher have unique settings that
unfortunately require a "reconfiguration" of various settings when you
switch between the two versions. It is time consuming, but does not
harm your machine.
A. No. Your machine needs
Access 2007 or higher to manage databases in the ACCD* format.
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A. There are rare instances
where a file will appear to be in an open state, however the
file system has simply locked the Access "lock file" (usually a
file with the same name as the database, but ending with ".ldb"
or "lccdb." A restart of your machine will typically clear
the file lock.
A. Some "system" Access databases
are not accessible through OpenGate Database Manager. Normal
Access databases should not have this issue, however.