In this video, I show you how to fix the PtrSafe attribute error in MS Access and convert a 32 bit MS Access database to work on a 64-bit installation of MS Access. The PtrSafe keyword asserts that a Declare statement is safe to run in 64-bit development environments. Adding the PtrSafe keyword to a Declare statement only signifies that the Declare statement explicitly targets 64-bits.
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