Total Access Memo lets you add rich text format (RTF) memos to Microsoft Access with sophisticated editing and spell checking.
After downloading the Total Access Memo Demo, I get a message that says I do not have a license to use the control.
The demo version of Total Access Memo lets you view, edit, and print rich text format memo fields in Microsoft Access. However, in order to insert the Total Access Memo control onto your own forms or reports in design time, you must obtain a retail license of Total Access Memo. While the demo version does not allow you to insert the Total Access Memo control into your own forms or reports, we offer a 30 day money back guarantee for this product to ensure that it meets or exceeds your expectations.
If you are using the demo of Total Access Memo and you would like to see how it will affect your own data, we recommend the following:
- Import your own table into the Total Access Memo sample database of the demo version.
- Rename the table "tblRTF" to "tblRTF_FMS"
- Rename your imported table to "tblRTF"
- Run the sample as normal and modify the text in your own table now.
NOTE: You still cannot open the forms or reports in design view without losing the licensing, however, the steps above will allow you to "use your own data" for a test. If you have already received a "license" error, you will need to rename this demo application and then re-install the product in order to get the licensed database again.
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