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Software developers, data architects and power users have expressed a need to run Microsoft Access on their Mac without partitioning their hard drives or restarting.

  1. MDB Viewer can export your Access database to pretty much anything. Create Excel workbooks, SQLite databases, CSV files or SQL dumps. Use MDB Viewer to export to Apple Numbers, Filemaker, Bento, Open Office or even your Address Book. The online documentation includes step-by-step guides for exporting to many applications.
  2. Microsoft access mac free download - Microsoft Office Access 2010, Technitium MAC Address Changer, Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC), and many more programs.
  3. Libre Office is far from MS Access. You may connect to db servers, yes, but it's not possible to design and present a well structured user interface like an commercial application, and also, the programming language, and the interface aren't enough developed to achive the strenght and the power of MS Access.
  4. Mississippi Access to Care 2.0 is a continuation of Mississippi’s earlier efforts in long term care reform. Its purpose and that of the stakeholder groups is to bring together any and all projects that support home and community based services and community living for seniors and individuals with disabilities.

Firstly, if you fall into this category, Parallels Desktop for Mac can assist you with developing application software without reformatting or rebooting your machine. As seen below:

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Secondly, users can create tables, queries, forms, and reports that connect their projects together with macros. Even more advanced users utilize Visual Basic for apps to write advanced data manipulation and user control solutions.

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Here at Parallels, we’re excited whenever our customers share with us the incredible projects they produce and how Parallels Desktop has helped them get work done faster!

Check out how some of our users are using virtualization for Microsoft Access:

Juan Becker of New York – “I was given a Mac when coming onto the team at a new job and as a life-long Microsoft guy I was missing the most important application for my position: Microsoft Access. I needed it and that was the issue but had no idea how to get it on my Mac or if it would even work.

I found Parallels as a solution for running Microsoft Access through the Parallels forums and saw other users had success. There are specific macros such as ActiveX data objects that work within MS Access that I need for my position and Parallels was and is so easy to use, which makes me a user for life. I additionally ended up buying Parallels Access for remotely connecting to my Mac or Windows through my tablet and phone, which allows me to travel for work without my laptop.

That, along with all of the other options and tools that Parallels offers, was a no-brainer, and like I said before, I was instantly sold and will remain a user for life!”

Jason Cooper of Indiana – “I am running a fairly large Microsoft Access database (roughly 60 MB), and as a longtime Boot Camp user, I quickly found myself needing to avoid restarting my machine every time I wanted to switch operating systems in order to speed up my work productivity.

The reputation of Parallels Desktop is what sold me three years ago. The first time I ran one of my queries through Parallels, it processed very quickly, in around five seconds.

I’m the lead webmaster and director of information security for my company, so finding a solution for Microsoft Access was a necessity. Additionally, I plan to do multi-platform software testing for work and found that Microsoft Access runs through Parallels exactly as if I were running it on a PC.”

Nevertheless, Parallels Desktop is an easy and cost-effective solution to run Microsoft Access on your Mac. It provides our customers and their employees with the right tools, which effectively allows our customers to be more productive in a virtual world. Try running Windows programs on your Mac without restarting for 14 days here FREE: Try Now!

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RazorSQL, a database query tool, SQL editor, and database browser, can be used to open and edit MS Acess databases on macOS / Mac OS X by using MS Access JDBC drivers. Three JDBC driver options are discussed below.

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Note: Other than the UCanAccess driver, the trial / free versions of the drivers mentioned below may have limitations such as maximum row limits. Please see the driver documentation for more details.

UCanAccess JDBC Driver

The UCanAccess open source driver is included with RazorSQL and can be used to read and write to recent versions of MS Access, and provides read-only support for MS Access 97. More information on the UCanAccess driver can be found at the following link:
http://ucanaccess.sourceforge.net/site.html

The UCanAccess driver is included in RazorSQL. To make a connection to an Access database from RazorSQL with the UCanAccess driver, go to the Connections -> Add Connection Profile menu option. Then, select Microsoft Access as the database type. The UCanAccess driver is the first option in the 'Connection Type' list on the next screen.

HXTT MS Access JDBC Driver

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The MS Access JDBC driver from HXTT can be used with RazorSQL to read from and write to MS Access files on Mac OS X. More information on the HXTT Access driver can be found at the following link:
http://www.hxtt.com/access.html

To get the HXTT Access driver working with RazorSQL, you first need to download the driver zip file from the HXTT site, and then extract the zip file.
The next step is to open the RazorSQL connection wizard by selecting the Connections - Add Connection Profile menu option.
Select Microsoft Access as the database type and JDBC as the connection type.
Enter a profile name in the profile name field.
In the Driver Location field, browse to the location of the of the Access_JDBC30.jar file which should be under the access/lib directory where you just extracted the access.zip file that you downloaded.
In the Driver Class field, enter com.hxtt.sql.access.AccessDriver
In the JDBC URL field, enter something similar to the following. The following assumes an Access mdb file called fountainhead.mdb located in the /Users/user/Desktop directory.
jdbc:Access:////Users/user/Desktop/fountainhead.mdb
Hit connect to make a connection to the MS Access database. You can now query and browse the database using the database browser and SQL editor included in RazorSQL and edit table data using the table editor.

StelsMDB MS Access JDBC Driver

The MS Access JDBC driver from Stels can be used with RazorSQL to read from and write to MS Access files on Mac OS X. More information on the Stels Access driver can be found at the following link:
http://www.csv-jdbc.com/stels_mdb_jdbc.htm

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To get the StelsMDB Access driver working with RazorSQL, you first need to download the driver zip file from the StelsMDB site, and then extract the zip file.
The next step is to open the RazorSQL connection wizard by selecting the Connections - Add Connection Profile menu option.
Select Microsoft Access as the database type and JDBC as the connection type.
Enter a profile name in the profile name field.
Multiple jar files need to be entered into the Driver Location field for the StelsMDB driver. They are the following and can be found under the mdbdriver folder in the zip file that was downloaded and extracted:
mdbdriver.jar
log4j.jar
commons_lang.jar
commons_logging.jar
The paths to all of the above files should be entered in the location field. The files can be added one at a time using the Browse button.
In the Driver Class field, there are two options depending on which version of the StelsMDB driver you are using. For new versions of the driver, enter the following: jstels.jdbc.mdb.MDBDriver2
For older versions, enter jstels.jdbc.mdb.MDBDriver
In the JDBC URL field, enter something similar to the following. The following assumes an Access mdb file called fountainhead.mdb located in the /Users/user/Desktop directory.
jdbc:jstels:mdb:/Users/user/Desktop/fountainhead.mdb
Hit connect to make a connection to the MS Access database. You can now query and browse the database using the database browser and SQL editor included in RazorSQL and edit table data using the table editor.

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