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USING CUSTOM DATABASE PROPERTIES

In Access 2000, you can create user-defined database properties from the user interface (UI) as well as through code by using Data Access Objects. Custom database properties can be useful for keeping track of information about the application, such as system paths, version numbers, and other data that the following sections cover.

Creating Database Properties Through the User Interface

You create user-defined properties through the UI by using the Database Properties dialog. To access this dialog, follow these steps:

1.
With the database open, choose Database Properties from the File menu.
2.
Select the Custom tab on the Database Properties dialog. The properties will initially be blank.
3.
Type the name of ...

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