Re: A 2003 + Linked Table Manager

From: Alex Dybenko (alex_at_PLEASE.cemi.NO.rssi.SPAM.ru)
Date: 05/19/04


Date: Wed, 19 May 2021 09:42:54 +0400

1 - i have all access versions installed here, not problem. i think you have
to wait with dialog untill access finish "installing"
2 - formatting - could be also that you have different regional settings on
your and others PCs

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"Jim Hess" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:ed9201c43d1e$0a3f2480$a301280a@phx.gbl...
> Thank you for that information.  I followed the
> instructions and was able to register the file.  But now I
> have another problem, and perhaps I should have considered
> that before I proceeded.  At the present time I have
> Access 97, Access 2000, Access XP, and now Access 2003
> installed on my computer.  After I registered the DLL as
> instructed, when I try to start Access 2003 I get
> the "Preparing to install" dialog box.  If I click Cancel,
> Access will open, but I still cannot see the list of
> tables in the Linked Table Manager.  Yes, I know, I need
> to remove some of these older versions, but if I do I'm
> not sure what problems I might encounter.
>
> Another question.  The reason I was told to update to
> Access/Office 2003 is because our IT department is moving
> all of our computers to Windows 2000.  And as they do
> this, they are installing only Office 2003.  The databases
> will run, and all of the calculations seem to be correct,
> but some of the columns in the reports are not being
> spaced properly and some of the numeric formatting is
> missing.  I can run the reports on my computer in any of
> the versions (except 97, which I don't use it at all
> anymore) and the reports format properly.  But I have all
> of these different versions on the computer that I am
> using to print the reports.  Am my dealing with some
> missing font issues, or what?
>
> >-----Original Message-----
> >look at this article:
> >http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-
> us;835519&Product=acc2003
> >
> >-- 
> >Alex Dybenko (MVP)
> >http://Alex.Dybenko.com
> >http://www.PointLtd.com
> >
> >
> >"Jim Hess" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> message
> >news:ec8601c43cfd$903f0c60$a001280a@phx.gbl...
> >> I have an Access database application that has been
> >> running now for several years.  In fact, beginning July
> 1,
> >> we will start in the sixth fiscal year that we have used
> >> this application.  The network administrators here at
> work
> >> do not notify me when they decide to upgrade users from
> >> one version of Access to another.  Consequently, when I
> >> have connected an Access XP front end to an Access 2000
> >> back end, I have run into some formatting problems with
> >> some of my reports.  Management has now decided that
> they
> >> want to migrate the entire application to Access 2003.
> I
> >> have started to do this.  However, I cannot use the
> Linked
> >> Table Manager.  When I open the manager there are no
> files
> >> listed.  I looked in the help files, but couldn't seem
> to
> >> find anything that addressed my problem.  Can anyone
> >> please tell me what I need to do?  I can see the tables
> in
> >> the database window.  I can run the program can see the
> >> data and print the reports.  But when I want to link to
> >> the live data on the server, the Linked Table Manager
> >> doesn't list any files whatsoever.  What am I doing
> wrong?
> >
> >
> >.
> >


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