Given modern hardware resources, it is unacceptable that we can't yet routinely communicate text in different scripts or containing technical symbols. After reading a lot on the subject and incorporating Unicode compatibility into some of my software, I decided to prepare this quick and highly pragmatic guide to digital text in the 21st century (for C programmers, of course).
The replication tool tries to convert OLE objects (if any) into thumbnail images embedded in resulting HTML content.
Access provides a number of ways to restrict input: You can use these methods of validating data alone or in combination with each other.
Data types are not optional, and provide the most basic type of data validation.
If you're sure that the file has the extension name, and worked ever before with my Base Desktop, it might have got corrupted somehow, you'd need to restore the database from the most recent backup file.
To restore the database from a backup file, simply change the file extension name to .nyf, or duplicate the file as a new file, then you can load the new file within my Base.