As Graham Mandeno said it's great to have so many wonderful resources all linked from this thread. That gives it far more value than it started with. I'm happy with the presentation, but never could it match up to everything that's been added since.
If I were to thank everyone as Crystal has, I'd be here all day, and all the readers would too. I'm glad Crystal got that one. She knows more of you than I do.
I have to say that I'm excited to start learning and playing with Wayne's vbWatchdog soon. I simply don't use such tools in my everyday work due to my desire to have all my familiar environment around me wherever I go. Unfortunately for that approach, I've had my ear bent so many times about how great and easy it is, that I can put it off no longer. That's every time I do a talk or meet up with other MVPs - vbWatchdog, vbWatchdog.
That said, there are so many great resources and I'm so grateful you all chose to post links in here. This may come to be the go-to place for free Access material. That would be so great.
Thank you to all for the comments, feedback and resources. Some wonderful stuff here.
To ensure I don't get left behind I'll just post links to a couple of new articles I've posted on Bytes.com that explain how to control external processes (using scripts) from within MS Access, making use of a table to store the basic template of the script. I hope people find them useful. I gave a presentation very recently for the UK Access Users Group which seemed to go down well.