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Office Developer/Access 2000 Runtime

Q: Office Developer/Access 2000 Runtime

Hello All,

Just recently my company purchased Office 2000 Developer Edition because they were in need of purchasing the Access Runtime Library, to distribute their Access Databases.

However as of yet, I have been unable to use the Access 2000 Runtime Development Tools to distribute these databases due me not understanding the process clearly (previously in Access 97 it was a case of install the program and away you went, now I haven't got a clue where to start as we weren't given any software manuals).

An urgent response would be appreciated

Many Thanks In Advance

Matt

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A: Office Developer/Access 2000 Runtime

Office includes quite alot of information in its 'Help' files. If you can't find what you're looking for there you might be able to find more in-depth Office Developer information in the MSDN Library.
Office 2000 - Developer

There are also several books that you can acquire. Check Fatbrain.com or Que Publishing. You will be able to find titles for MS Office and Access development.

B

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Hey everybody

I've been trying to figure this out for a while, but just can't seem to get it to work right.

I have the Microsoft Office Access 2003 Developer Extensions, which has a packaging wizard, that is used to package up a Access database and include a runtime environment, so users without access on their computer can use a database.

I have access on the computer in my office, so I take the file I want to package, and run the wizard, creating a setup file for the database and runtime. Now, I go over to the server, run the setup program, and have it installed on the server.

I can run the database on the server fine. I open it up, it runs in runtime mode, just as the package wizard said it should, and I can do whatever I want. The problem I am having is, I try to create a share, so that I can share this program with users on the network.

When I do this, it just doesn't work right. It is saying that it can't find the file "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\ifg_agent_database\ifg_agents_modified_10_13_05.mdb"

Any ideas on what is going on?
 

A:Solved: Microsoft Office Access 2003 Developer Extensions Troubles

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Hello

my company has many access 2000 runtimes on NT4 stations.
We'll soon move them to XP.
Some of my collegues managed to generate runtimes on XP station but the application can't be launched.

Has somebody an idea ?

Laure
 

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I don't quite know which forum to post in so I'll start here.

Has anyone ever have trouble signing a VBA project on Access 2000?
(I'm using Office 2000 premium.)

I've done the following:
1) installed digital signature in Office Tools
2) generated my certificate using Selfcert
3) oened my Access DB and went into the VB editor
4) opened the Tools> menu

Result: No "Digital Signature" selection was available. in the Tools menu

Looked in VB editors in Excel and Word…
"Digital Signature" *was* right there in the "Tools" menu.
Just not in Access.

In Access, went to:
View >Toolbars>Customize…>Commands>Tools
and whaddaya know… There's "Digital Signature" right there!

BUT guess what? I can't drag in onto any tool bar or open menu.

Does anyone know what's going on or has this happened to them?
I looked in Office/Access Q&A forum on the MSDN website and actually found similar posts but the only suggestions were to try the things I've already listed above.

I searched the MS knowledge base but found no pertinent answers. The Office on-line help gives little/no help for digital signatures.

Ideas? Answers?
 

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Hi Guys,

I have been searching the net and so far haven't come to an answer.

My companys standard are Dell machines with Windows XP and Office 2003.

Our engineers want to have a new site pass system setup and they have been trailing a system that has an SQL Backend and a Access 2007 Runtime frontend.

The problem I'm having is that the Engineers want to have this system networked so other machine around the network can access the system. Thing is the standard office version we use is Office 2003 and the company currently doesn't want to move to 2007.

I understand that the Access 2007 Runtime is free but if I setup this on a machine with Office 2003 will there be any problems.

If someone could confirm that for me that would be much appreciated.

Regards

James
 

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Hello,
I'm using Windows 7 Pro 64bit, and trying to install office professional 2013 64bit on it.
when I try to install office 2013, it says "We can't install 64-bit version of Office because we found the following 32 bit program on your PC, Microsoft Office Access 2003 Runtime"
From control panel, when I uninstall it Access 2003 Runtime and refresh it, it appears again,
How could I remove it completely to be able to install office 2013 64bit pro on this machine?

I'll appreciate any possible support.

Thanks


Reyan

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I am using Microsoft Access with Office 2000. I have all staff listed with address, phone, position held, etc. I can't figure out how to creat a report that will look like what I want. I would like to have columns that list (1) the name with position held underneath on the next line (2) street address with city & state underneath on the next line (3) phone number (4) emergency phone with a name entered underneath on the next line. How do you make a two or three lined entry with the data?

All I can get is everything in one line across the page.

 

A:Help With an Office 2000 Access Report

Andy go to the following web site. It has directions in layman terms telling you how to do a report in Access.

http://rselby98.go2click.com/Forms.html

Also if you can't get it email me the file and a short discription of how you would like it set up and I will be glad to set it up for you and when I email it back to you I will send you step by step directions on how I did it for your future reference.

[Edited by rkselby98 on 06-25-2001 at 11:54 AM]
 

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When linking the calendar in Outlook express to a table in Access, why does it only show/import just appointments up to just "today's date"? Why does tha table in Access not show an appointment for next week and if that can be done, how do I do it?

Thanks!

John
 

A:Office 2000: Access and Outlook Calendar Interface

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My Word 2000 help file is not loading at all, whereas in the past it was available (loaded slowly, with index window showing) . I just tried to pull up the help files for Excel and Access, and neither loaded. I have Office 2000, don't remember how I installed it. I think Access and Excel are under an Office directory, whereas Winword is on it's own. Can't figure out what happened. I don't mess with software once it's been installed.
 

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Hiya

Deploying and installing managed code smart tags securely in Microsoft Office XP currently requires the assembly be hosted in an unmanaged smart tag proxy component called a "shim". This smart tag shim solution template, properly configured, allows you to successfully deploy your managed smart tags under the highest Office XP security setting. For more information on configuring this shim, see the MSDN article "Using the Smart Tag Shim Solution to Deploy Managed Smart Tags in Office XP".

System Requirements

- Microsoft Office XP
- Microsoft Visual Studio .NET

Operating System - Windows 98, NT4 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=38463&area=search&ordinal=5
Deploying and installing a managed COM add-in securely in Microsoft Office XP currently requires the assembly be hosted in an unmanaged COM add-in proxy component called a "shim". This COM add-in shim solution template, properly configured, allows you to successfully deploy your managed COM add-in under the highest Office XP security setting. For more information on configuring the shim, see the MSDN technical article "Using the COM Add-in Shim Solution to Deploy Managed COM Add-ins in Office XP".

System Requirements

- Microsoft Office XP
- Microsoft Visual Studio .NET

Operating System - Windows 98, NT4 & 2000, Windows Me, Win XP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=38464&ar... Read more

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Can I upgrade Office 2000 to Office XP, while still running Windows 2000?

I could use some of the features of Office XP, and would really like to retain my Windows 2000 environment. Do you think I could make this upgrade in Office?

Thanks.
 

A:Can I upgrade Office 2000 to Office XP, while still running Windows 2000?

Office XP can run on Windows 2000. Even though the operating systems and office suites have the same naming convention, that doesn't mean that they have to match up (Windows 2000-Office 2000, Windows XP-Office XP).
 

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I am having difficulty adding myself to the Trusted developer list in Excel 2000.

I have a digital signature (unauthenticated) that I have used to sign the macro I recently developed.

The Security Level is set to High.

I am using MS IE6.0

When the Security Warning Dialogue Box comes up, the Always trust macros from this source check box is greyed out so I am unable to check it to add myself to the Trusted List.

Does anyone know how to get the Always trust macros from this source check box highlighted so it can be checked and the developer listed in the Security Warning Dialogue Box added to the Trusted list?

Thanks for any suggestions.

Linxis
 

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I am using Access 2007.
I have lost the Developer tab in the Microsoft Office Dropdown box. This happened after downloading Access runtime.
In the Access Options, the ‘Microsoft Office Access Developer Extensions COM Add-in’ will not stay checked.
What can I do to reinstate the Developer Tap
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Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.00GHz, x64 Family 15 Model 4 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 2046 Mb
Graphics Card: RADEON X300 Series, 128 Mb
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Antivirus: Sophos Anti-Virus, Updated and Enabled

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We've created a large access database using Access 2002 devleoper for each computer in the building. On a majority of the computers the program works fine, but on a few it doesn't. By Double-Clicking on the desktop icon the program begins to load but only goes so far then basicly stops. Checking the task manager it doesn't show the program running under the applications tab but shows msaccess.exe under the processes tab. There is no CPU usage for that file and I have to log off and log back on again. All computers are running WIN2k. The two particular computers that don't work are running wireless to the server to get the data using Cisco wireless cards and access points. Is it possible the mdac needs updating or certain drivers are out of date?
 

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Is there anybody who has used Access 2003 Developer Extensions? Is it a tool which can pack an Access 2003 application. Could the packed application run stand-alone (no need to have Access 2003 installed)?
Thanks
yangmi55
 

A:Access 2003 Developer Extensions

My Access 2000 book says that the Microsoft Office Development Tools (ODT) do what you have asked about and is the only way to do it, so the later 2003 should do it as well.
 

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my hp chromebook developer mode is off and I cant access the administraters account .how do I get pass it

A:my hp chromebook developer mode is off and I cant access the...

Hello,                                              Thank you for visiting the HP Forums! A great place where you can find solutions for your issues with help from the community!Just hit Esc + Refresh and unit will reboot. You will see a screen that tells you OS verification is disabled. That?s the recovery screen. From there you can reboot into developer mode by pressing Ctrl + D.Note: that doing this will wipe all data from your device. Basically, the HP Chromebook 11 will reformat your storage space and set you up with a fresh version of Chrome OS with developer privileges. Once you log in with your Google account info, all of your settings, apps, and extensions will be re-downloaded, so there?s not much risk involved, but you will lose any files in your downloads directory, so make sure to back them up if you need them.Hope this answers your query, If you have any queries please reply back to me.Have a great day!

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Dear Sirs,
I wanted to get more info about the Microsoft Security Updates API, so I'm having a look at the Guidance tab on this page https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/
When I click on the "developer" tab I get redirected to the Sign In page - however, upon selecting my profile, I get redirected back to the Guidance tab on Security Updates page https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/. and
I am stuck in this loop. This happens both with the old and the new Sign In experience. No way to access the developer info.
What can I do?
Thank you,
Marco

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CLOUDY FILE GULPER Dropbox has come under fire from tech savvy chaps who are not happy about the company gaining access to a PC or Mac's operating system kernel.
Dropbox's Project Infinite is aimed at moving the service beyond being just a browser-based interface and integrating it more tightly with an OS so that files can be plonked into cloud storage in a more seamless way.
Dropbox also wants this deeper integration with a computer’s operating system and local file storage to prevent what it calls the "untrained intern problem".
 
This means that Dropbox wants to stop an inexperienced employee removing files from a shared Dropbox folder and screwing up the cloud synchronisation and file access for everyone.
 

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Dear forum readers,

I have a problem when trying to install:

Windows 8 Developer Preview with developer tools English, 64-bit (x64)

When using the DVD tool from Microsoft as explained in one of the tutorials in this forum,
I receive the following error message:

The disc does not have sufficient free space.

I use a 4.7GB DVD disc, and the size of the Windows 8 Developer Preview with tools English, 64-bit (x64) iso file
size is: 4.83 GB.

Of-course this is the source of my problem, and i need a way to fix it.

What i am doing currently, is downloading the Windows 8 Developer Preview without tools.

I have read some solutions, but they did not offer what i am looking for.

I need a way to install the complete version with developer tools, including:

64-bit Windows 8 Developer Preview
Windows SDK for Metro style apps
Microsoft Visual Studio 11 Express for Windows 8 Developer Preview
Microsoft Expression Blend 5 Developer Preview
28 Metro style apps including the BUILD Conference app

I only have a normal DVD drive, no USB stick of the required size, but I have a second hard-disk with sufficient space.
AND I have an external USB hard-disk with sufficient space.

Tried to install from local hard-disk in Windows 7 by using the setup.exe in the sources directory, gives me the following error:
To install Windows, make sure that the partition on your bootdisk has at least 1243 Megabytes (MB) of free space.
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A:Installation Windows 8 Developer Preview Developer DVD

Originally Posted by zx81


Tried to install from local hard-disk in Windows 7 by using the setup.exe in the sources directory, gives me the following error:
To install Windows, make sure that the partition on your bootdisk has at least 1243 Megabytes (MB) of free space.
Error code 0x80070490

I think i will buy a USB stick with enough capacity, but if someone has a quick fix, it would be very welcome!

Best regards,

zx81



Don't make that USB purchase yet.

Can you screen shot your disk management and we'll try and sust it out for you.

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Hello again,

I found out that these extensions are supposed to make it where I can export my access databases as .exe files. This would be great, since then I could just have a .exe for ones in the office to run, so that no one could edit forms, tables, etc.

Now, I googled it, and got this site. I can't seem to find where to actually download it however.

Is this a good fix for what I am wanting to do? This way, everyone in the office wouldn't have to have access, they could just run the .exe, and that would allow them to use the forms just as they would if they had the database itself.

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
 

A:Microsoft Access 2003 Developer Extensions - Where to find them?

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Hello all,
I am having an issue accessing the Developer API access page within the Microsoft Security Response Center website (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/msrc). When I click on Customer Guidance > Developer API access, or navigate to https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/developer,
my browser first asks me to sign in and click which account I would like to use. I click my desired account, and it briefly redirects to the Microsoft Developer API Access page, but then after a split-second it redirects me back to the sign-in page. Is it
a requirement to have a specific type of email associated with the Microsoft account in order to get past this? 

Thank you for your help!

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Whenever I launch Outlook 2000 the Office 2000 installer also launches.

I installed Office 2000 on this machine several months ago, and Outlook has run without any odd behaviour.

It also happens any time I click on a new email.

Although I installed iTunes 2 days ago, today is the first time Outlook has behaved in this way.

I'm running Win XP with SP1, and I've scanned with AVG, Spybot and Ad-Aware, with nothing negative being reproted.
 

A:?? When I launch Outlook 2000 the Office 2000 installer also launches

Try a Detect and Repair of Office.
 

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I have recently had to re-install Microsoft Office 2000 and it has installed the default Office Assistant the paperclip and I miss the cat called Links.

It says it is available from the Office Assistant options but a message says there is not enough memory.

It is on the first CD of the software but I cannot see how to download it.

Can anyone help please?

mygoose
 

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I'm running Win XP SP1

Just wondering if it will cause any problems if I add Powerpoint from Office 2000 to a machine which has Office 2002 with SP3 applied.

What's the position with Forward and Backward compatibility with Icrosoft programs?

Thanks
 

A:Compatibility: Can I add Office 2000 components to a machine with Office 2002 SP3?

blast9,

The general consensus is that it's best to

1) install the older applications BEFORE you install the newer ones
2) install them in different folders

e.g.
c:\program files\msoffice2002-xp\
c:\program files\msoffice2000\

cheers
TAJ Simmons
microsoft powerpoint mvp
http://www.powerpointbackgrounds.com
 

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Hi forum colleagues

Please help l have Microsoft Office 200 Permium having problems with particular Microsoft Outlook as soon l try use appointment and calender, l get error "essage interface has returned an unknown error please restart Microsoft Office Outlook".

l have installed sr1 fix patch from microsoft site for Office 2000 and windows no difference, l checked forum site for similar problems quiry didn't find any.
could someone who had this problem and has fixed it, could please email and explain it to me in point form how to fix it.

regards new forum member 02647..
 

A:Microsoft Office 2000 Premium Outlook 2000 - Help Me Please

Try this, http://support.microsoft.com/search/preview.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q283175
 

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I have Excel 2000 installed, but need to install Excel 2007 also. Is it possible for me to have both of them installed, but keep 2000 as my default?
 

A:Solved: Install Office 2007 with Office 2000

I followed the instructions here and it workred:

http://msgroups.net/microsoft.public.excel.misc/Change-default-to-Excel-2000-when-2007-installed
 

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Hello all, the entire Office 2003 suite one day looks old like 2000 or Windows 2000 icons in general.

Does anyone know why this happened and how it could be fixed?

Thanks.
 

A:Entire Office 2003 suite looks like Office 2000

This had happened to me once but in office 2007. It happened when I tried to open an older file type so It went into compatibility mode, which also changes the layout.

Not sure if its the same thing with office 2003 but go into options, advanced, and see if you can find something like compatibility options or layout.

Anyway if its not their your looking for some kind of option like that so snoop around all the options, views, and windows menus.
 

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This isn't an upgrade. I bought the full version Office Professional 2003 and would like to install it over what I have now. I had Office 97 and an upgrade CD to Office 2000. Will I lose anything to install Office 2003 over Office 2000? I have WinXP home if that makes a difference.
 

A:Can you install Office 2003 Professional over Office 2000

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At work I have Windows 2000 along with Office 2000. If I save a document to disk and take it home, will my home computer with Windows 95 and Office 97 be able to read the document??? If not, how can I change them to RTF files?
 

A:Office 97: Will it open Office 2000 Word files?

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Hi everyone,

Does anyone have any information if there are any issues with access if the acces was created from Office 2000 pro and if there is anything that need to be done when users update to Office 2002(XP).

Thanks
AMS2800
 

A:Update from Office 2000 pro to Office xp(2002) issues

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Can anybody out there help- I have a number of documents saved in binders on Office 97. I've now switched to Office 2000 [which appears not to 'do' binders] and can't figure out how to read them - they come out in gobbledegook. Advice Please.
 

A:(Solved) Read Office 97 docs in Office 2000

Office 2000 does have binder. Look for it under Microsoft Office Tools. Perhaps you did not install it?

------------------
~dreamboat~
Brainbench MVP for Microsoft Word
Brainbench
 

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I have vista on my Asus laptop - 6 months old - which also came with MS Office 2007 - as work has MS office 2000 verison, went out, bought a legit copy of office2000 and... CRASH!
could not open word/excel/outlook etc - did find out through a forum that cannot have another version of outlook with 2007 at the same time - so uninstalled office 2000 and only installed word and excel 2000.

same error - when opening word/excel it opens up, but as soon as it comes up with the pop up to accept terms and conditions, it also comes up with another pop up saying windows has found a problem, and will advise when there is a solution - the only button which works is 'ok' and once pressed, it closes.

read elsewhere, that it could be due to having ms office 2007 installed first - so uninstalled both 2000 and 2007 versions of all ms office and re-installed excel and word 2000 - and still with the same error - PLEASE HELP...
are there any 'footprints' left in the system from 2007? are there other parts which need to be removed for a complete uninstall?
 

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I am wondering if anyone knows how to customize the "Open Office Document" program in Office 2000... this is the small program that archives shortcuts and has a tool bar on the left hand side with options that include : Web folders, Favorites, Desktop, Personal and History. I want to customize the "Look In:" tool bar...

Thanks,
Andrew
 

A:Office 2000: Open Office Document Shortcut

I can't find a single way to change that setting. So, here's what I'd do.

Go to your (default) folder in Windows Explorer. Right-click it and hit Create Shortcut. Then, right-click the shortcut and hit Properties. Hit Change Icon. Give it the Open Office Document icon and also rename it to Open Office Document.

Copy or cut the shortcut.

Go to C:\windows\start menu and delete the old Open Office Document Shortcut and paste the new one in there.
 

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Hello, please help, this is really bugging me.

Office 2000 works absolutely fine for quite a while, and then all of a sudden...

When I click on the Office Assistant button or try to use a wizard I get this error message:

There was a problem starting the Office Assistant. Would you like to try reinstalling it?

This happens across all Office apps, and just happened out of the blue, one day, I have no idea why!

I noticed the Office Assistant wasn't coming up, and click on it, then got these problems.

When I click yes to the error, it does try to reinstall, but in the end gives me another message:

The Office Assistant could not be started. Please repair the Assistant by running Office 2000 setup and selecting "Repair Office 2000".

I then try this to no avail. Also I have looked on Microsoft support and have overwritten my oleaut32.dll file, then reinstalled Office as suggested, no improvement. Also tried to set the Office Assistant to run from my computer instead of CD-ROM as shown in another Microsoft support artice, but it was already set to run from my computer, so Office Assistant still doesn't work!!!

Any help would be most appreciated.

Thanks guys, love this forum.
 

A:Office Assistant Problem - All Office 2000 Applications

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TRYING TO INSTALL OFFICE 2K PRO ON A WINDOWS 2K PRO MACHING AND I GET AN ERROR DURING THE INSTALL THAT SAYS INSERT THE DISK WITH THE SERVICE PAK FILES. IT WON'T LET ME CONTINUE AFTER THAT. IS THERE SOME FILES I CAN DOWNLOAD? THANKS
 

A:Office 2000: Installing on Windows 2000

Whoa, how 'bout that caps lock?

Do you have your Service Packs on Windows 2K installed (2 will cover 1 and 2)?

If not, what's your network setup? Are you sure you have administrative rights on the machine? Hard to say without more info...

 

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Okay so maybe you can install Office 2000 and Office 97 using different directories. I do beleive this. BUT what I did was install Office 2000 .. removing Office 97 before I realized that I would need at least ACCESS 97 for a existing shared database. So I tried to install ACCESS 97 (using a different Drives 97 on C and 2000 on D) but after install and trying to run .. I get a message saying it could not start because it did not have the license for it on the machine.
I have gone so far as to completely uninstall both versions and reinstall Office 97 only but get same message. I also used Fix-It Utilities 99 to clean up the registry. But I am still coming up with this problem .. no licenses found for Access 97.

Any help here guys??

 

A:[SOLVED] Office 97 Pro and Office 2000 Premium together

Go here:

Technet

Leave the product as "All MS products" and enter this in the question:

Q141373

You should get two responses, select the first.

[This message has been edited by Dreamboat (edited 04-21-2000).]
 

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A friend of my wife's has 'consulted' me about something I know nothing about (now that's unusual since I keep telling people I know everything!).

Her computer is nearly as old as mine and is a Dell with 98SE, PentiumIII, 128MB RAM and 12GB HDD (nearly 10GB free space). It is mostly used for word processing and emailing but not for serious surfing.

It currently has Office 97 which includes Word (or is it the other way round?) Her employer has offered to upgrade her in stages to Office 2000 and then 2003, so that she can do more work from home.

What she wants to know is whether the newer programs can be installed without first uninstalling 97 and risking the loss of the documents she has created with 97 (and with the MS Graphics program),which are currently stored in My Documents. I thought it would be OK but don't actually know, hence this post.

She has plenty of HD space but I wonder if the other system requirements of the newer programs would make the upgrade difficult or even impossible.
 

A:Solved: MS Office 97-Upgrade to Office 2000/3?

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I have been a user of Office 2000 since it's inception and always downloaded and applied all service packs, etc. to keep it up-to-date.
Recently a friend had me try Office 2003 to see if I liked it better. I did some data backups, uninstalled 2000 and installed 2003. After several weeks of trial and error I have decided to go back to the simplicity of Office 2000. I mainly use Word, Excel, Outlook, and Power Point.
I want to completely uninstall 2003 and remove all traces of it then install 2000.
Is this possible to go back to a previous version without any problems?
I know where all of my Word and Excel files are stored and will back them up to be reintroduced to 2000. What about my Outlook files, namely the personal folders containing my address book and existing emails, sent items and deleted items? Is a newer .pst file created using Outlook 2003 recognizable by the older Outlook 2000?Any suggestions?
 

A:Goodbyb Office 2003, Hello Office 2000

OL 2003 PST files cannot be read in 2K. If the PST file was created in 2K, then you should be OK.
 

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I need ot run office 2000 and Office 2007 on the same computer. Is it possible? How, if so.
Dan
 

A:Office 2000 and Office 2007 on same computer

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Last spring, I had to fresh install XP Pro on my laptop and thought that it would be a good idea to buy Office 2003 Professional to replace my old Office 2000. I love it and find that I am very frustrated with the 2000 Pro on my office computer. So, I just bought another 2003 Pro and I have no idea how to proceed to upgrade. Do I uninstall all of the current Office programs? Do I simply stick the disk in the CD drive and let Windows figure it out? Do I build a fire in the parking lot and do a dance? I was successful with a new installation when I did the fresh install. But I do not want to lose all of my Outlook e-mails attachments, and contacts. I have benefited a great deal from the help here in the past. I hope that someone can guide me in the simplest possible way. I am a relative novice/greenhorn.

A:Up grade MS Office 2000 Pro to MS Office 2003 Pro?

Each MS Office edition...is a distinct entity, there really is no such thing as an "upgrade" from one version to another.

You could conceivably install each and they would both work, because they are independent of each other.

I suggest uninstalling the version you don't like...install the version that you do like . That's what I do.

You will need the CD for each to uninstall or install.

Louis

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I have a few year's worth of e-mails with order confirmations, travel data, business communications, and archives going back an equally long period of time. If I buy Office 2007 Professional, how do I preserve all I currently have. Is there a export and restore function which exactly replaces the e-mails (current & archived), contacts, etc. Do I need to purchase the full version, or is it just as good to get the "upgrade" version? If I am accustomed to 2000, is it a good idea to even consider upgrading?

Thanks in advance for guidance.

A:Upgrading from Office 2000 to Office 2007

If you are going to upgrade or perform a full install of a new version of Outlook its advisable to get those emails, contacts etc backed up. This link shows you how to perform a backup of Outlook 2000 and what files to look out for. If you are happy with your current version of Outlook is there a real need to upgrade? One consideration I would make would be if Microsoft still provide updates for your version of Outlook, these updates are really important to fix security flaws.Hope that helps.

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A bit of background for my issue/question:

In order to sync my Windows Mobile phone to my computer I have to have Microsoft Outlook installed. However, my version is Office 2000. I cannot use Virtual XP on this particular computer (it's just a netbook) to use Office 2000 that way, but I did try that on my other computer, which runs Virtual XP beautifully. Unfortunately, it would not allow the syncing of the phone via the Virtual Machine. The more research I do on this issue, it seems Office 2000 is not really compatible with Win7, thus why I tried the Virtual XP thing in the first place.

So, my actual question is:

Does anyone have experience with Office 2003 and Win7? Are there issues running that? I'm sure Office 2007 is recommended, but I'm just looking for any insight anyone might have to offer from your own personal experience with running Office 2003 and Windows 7.

Just some additional information I thought I would put out there and if any one has any insight/solutions into these, that is welcome as well!

Windows 7 does install and run Office 2000, there are just some annoying quirks:

1. I had to copy over wab32.dll and wab32res.dll from C:\Program Files\Common Files\System into C:\Windows\System32 to get the address book to work in order to send messages or really do anything useful in Outlook.

2. I cannot select Microsoft Outlook as the default mail program. It doesn't even come up in the default programs list. That is why I cannot sync my phone up, because it... Read more

A:Windows 7 Vs. Office 2000 Vs. Office 2003

Look here:

- Google Search

I know Office XP is mostly compatible with Win 7, but I think the Outlook component is not.

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Hi all,
I recently bought a nice new HP computer. Since I have MS Office 2000 and I hate to upgrade because my other computer has this on it (and I know how to use it all!), I installed MS Office 2000 on the new computer.

Problem I am having is that an error message comes up that says:

Unknown error Ox9EE4011D An error occured while attempting to open the windows address book. Unable to find the WAB DLL.

I am pretty sure this is because MS Outlook 2000 is not supported by Win 7.

I have tried a few things with no luck.

I navigated to [C:\Program Files\Common Files\System]
I found the files wab32.dll and wab32res.dll, copied these
and pasted them to [C:\Windows\System32]

Right now when I look in this file [C:\Windows\System32], I see:

wab32.dll
wab32res.dll
wab32res.dll.mui
WABSyncProvider.dll

When I open up Outlook, it wants me to set it up and enable macros each time I open it.
When I do this I get the error message above, then it will download all messages as it would normally.
Problem is, just can send out any email.

I can't unload and reload Outlook without having to unload the entire MS Office 2000 because there is no seperate program in the remove program que.

Somewhere it said to go to the run window and register the dll's by using the following command at the run prompt.
[regsvr32 wab32.dll]
Tried this, but it would not let me do it (or I didn't do it right.

I have seen many things related to this, but not... Read more

A:Win7/MS Office 2000/MS Office and wab32.dll

You will need to get Office 2003 or later for Windows 7.

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I want to upgrade to '07 form '00. I want to know if I can use the academic pro full version or do I need an upgrade. Also, do I have to remove 2000 first and will I be able to open and edit my 8 yrs. of files created in 2000?
Also, what is the difference between Academic and Standard? Is there any difference in the way they operate, load, etc?
Thanks in advance.
 

A:Office 2000 to office 2007 questions

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Both machines (ProDesk 400 G2) with this issue have had full updates, had the 2013 and 2013 (x64) Redistributables installed. The KB2999226 update specifically installed.  Have run the DOS sfc /scannow - reports that all is good and nothing is missing. Every possible (read sensible) fix as suggested on the net and from the HP forums have been tried to no avail. One machine will work with Office currently only because I did a complete reset of the OS - turned off ALL updates at time of install AND any future updates and it works. Each time updates are installed the problem comes back. Taking ours out of the productivity of the machine each time we need to do this. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. GGW

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Hiya

Microsoft DirectX® 8.1b is the latest version of DirectX technology, which delivers fast performance for DirectX-enabled games and other rich media software. This version of DirectX can replace the all previous released versions of DirectX. It includes several critical fixes for Direct3D® and DirectShow® components. Please see http://microsoft.com/windows/directx for more information.

System Requirements

Windows 2000 operating system only. On Windows XP, you will need to download the latest Service Pack, or install the corresponding hot fixes. Please see the following Knowledge Base Articles Q321178, Q307207, and Q318507, for more information.

The DirectX installation process requires approximately 35 megabytes (MB) of free space on your hard drive. After installation, the DirectX download takes approximately 15 MB of hard drive space. If you had an earlier version of DirectX installed on your computer, you will see little difference in used space on your hard drive. DirectX 8.1b will overwrite the earlier versions.

Note: After installation, the DirectX 8.1b runtime cannot be removed (uninstalled). The installation process changes core components and makes numerous registry changes within your operating system. Microsoft does not support uninstallation.

Operating System - Windows 2000

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=40176&area=search&ordinal=7

Regards

eddie
 

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