1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 17, 2007 11:45 AM by Peter Grainge

    Office 2007

    HKabaker Level 2
      Our IT folks plan to upgrade my division's desktops from Office 2003 to 2007 sometime before the end of the year.

      Right now, RH 6 has no trouble (so far as I know) with .cpd files originally built when Access 2000 was running, even without upgrading after Access 2003 was installed.

      I've received an advisory, warning that applications which use MS Access databases need to be tested under 2007, and the databases upgraded to 2007, to be sure the applications continue to work as before.

      We already know that Word 2007 was a challenge for RH; what about Access databases in the 2007 environment? And should I upgrade the .cpd for each active project?

        • 1. Re: Office 2007
          Peter Grainge Adobe Community Professional (Moderator)
          The fact that the underlying Access database was designed in Access 97 has never been an issue. I have had many versions of Access on the same PC as RH.

          The point is not to open the CPD using Access AND upgrade it. Keep it 97 compatible and you should have no problems.