Total Access Analyzer is the world's leading Microsoft Access add-in product and designed to help you create better Microsoft Access solutions through comprehensive documentation and analysis. Total Access Analyzer offers more than 380 Reports, making it the most power documentation and analysis program for Microsoft Access professionals.
Total Access Analyzer is missing from my add-ins menu.
This can occur if Total Access Analyzer is not properly installed and/or the registry setting for Microsoft Access add-ins is incorrect. Possible causes for this are:
- The installed version of Total Access Analyzer doesn't match your version of Access. Total Access Analyzer is Access version specific and only appears as an add-in for its version. More information in What version of Total Access Analyzer do I need?
- The setup program for Total Access Analyzer was not run, or an the Access Add-in Manager was invoked as an attempt to install it. Don't do that! If you try this, an error message referring to a missing UsysRegInfo table may appear. For more information, see Installing Total Access Analyzer error: Add-in could not be installed because it is missing a USysRegInfo Table
Total Access Analyzer is installed by using its setup.exe file:
- Run the setup file "setup.exe"
- Follow the prompts of the setup routine and enter your serial number when prompted.
- After clicking finish to terminate the setup process, open your copy of Microsoft Access.
- Open the database you want to document.
- Select Total Access Analyzer from the add-ins menu. Total Access Analyzer launches itself and displays its main screen.
Check your Service Pack of Microsoft Access/Office
If you are using Access/Office 2003, make sure you have service pack 3 (SP3) installed. SP2 and earlier have problems with loading addins. Information and downloads for SP3 are here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/977434
For all the Microsoft Office updates, check this page: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/ee748587
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