Re: A 2003 + Linked Table Manager
From: Jim Hess (anonymous_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Wed, 19 May 2021 08:53:47 -0700
This strange thing about this text alignment problem is
that even on the other computers where the problem
manifests itself, it doesn't do it consistently. Reports
for some accounts will be perfectly aligned while others
will not be. And it seems to be consistent on all of the
other computers (there are only three of them). So I am
at a loss as to what to do. The only difference that I
can see is that I have multiple versions and they do not.
>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
>Alex Dybenko (MVP)
>"Jim Hess" <email@example.com> wrote in
>> Thank you for that information. I followed the
>> instructions and was able to register the file. But
>> have another problem, and perhaps I should have
>> 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
>> 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
>> all of our computers to Windows 2000. And as they do
>> this, they are installing only Office 2003. The
>> will run, and all of the calculations seem to be
>> 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
>> 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:
>> >Alex Dybenko (MVP)
>> >"Jim Hess" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
>> >> I have an Access database application that has been
>> >> running now for several years. In fact, beginning
>> >> we will start in the sixth fiscal year that we have
>> >> this application. The network administrators here at
>> >> do not notify me when they decide to upgrade users
>> >> one version of Access to another. Consequently,
>> >> have connected an Access XP front end to an Access
>> >> back end, I have run into some formatting problems
>> >> some of my reports. Management has now decided that
>> >> want to migrate the entire application to Access
>> >> have started to do this. However, I cannot use the
>> >> Table Manager. When I open the manager there are no
>> >> listed. I looked in the help files, but couldn't
>> >> find anything that addressed my problem. Can anyone
>> >> please tell me what I need to do? I can see the
>> >> the database window. I can run the program can see
>> >> data and print the reports. But when I want to link
>> >> the live data on the server, the Linked Table Manager
>> >> doesn't list any files whatsoever. What am I doing
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