You can have them install the Snapshot Viewer from
and then export the reports as Snapshots, or you can get ReportToPDF from
Stephen Lebans at http://www.yqcomputer.com/
as PDF files.
Any ODBC-compliant application (such as Excel or Word) is capable of reading
the data in a Jet database. However, there's no way to use Access forms and
reports without having Access installed. There is an Access Developer
Edition that lets you package your application along with a royalty-free
run-time version of Access. Users without Access can install the run-time
and use the application (although they will not be able to make design
changes to it). However, prior to Access 2007, this was a relatively
expensive option. Check what Tony Toews has at
about the Developer Edition.
Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP
(no e-mails, please!)