jackandpat.d at gmail.com
Fri Sep 13 06:19:51 CDT 2019
I do not have direct experience with moving from 32 to 64bit Access.
Here is a link to Daniel Pineault's site
has some observations that may be useful to you.
On Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 2:25 AM Charlotte Foust <charlotte.foust at gmail.com>
> We ran into issues because our Access 2010 application is 32 bit. It would
> not run when opened on a machine with 64 bit Office 365 installed because
> it was looking for the 64 bit Oulook driver to send an email
> On Thu, Sep 12, 2019, 12:57 PM Ryan W <wrwehler at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Now that Office 365/Access 2019 installs default to 64-bit, for the first
> > time ever has anyone spent the time to test their apps in it?
> > We're working on our Windows 10 rollout and are seeing even higher than
> > ever memory constraints with our application in 32-bit mode than ever
> > before. Even thanks to John Colby's expertise in using classes to load
> > unload subforms on the fly which has worked most effectively for Windows
> > running 32-bit Office/Access.
> > I think it's going to be time to push everyone to 64-bit versions of
> > Office, even if we aren't on the O365 suite.
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