Over the years, I've been asked about "Source Code Control" for Microsoft Access, since Access is one of more popular tools for a certain type of application development. Although you could always manually check-in/out Access solutions, there was never a control similar to the one in Visual Studio that would allow you to do source control in a more "automated" fashion.
Well, it seem that the Microsoft Office (Access is a part of Office) team has released such an add-in for MS Access 2007.
Here are the details:
The Access 2007 Developer Extensions provide packaging and deployment tools and licensing and distribution agreements to make it easier for developers to bring solutions to market. Whether you are working in a small business or a large enterprise, as a third-party or an internal developer, Access 2007 Developer Extensions can facilitate the deployment and management of Access 2007 solutions. The Access Developer Extensions include the following components:
Here is the link for the download: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=d96a8358-ece4-4bee-a844-f81856dceb67&displaylang=en
~ Robert Shelton