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    Using a 'Run Time' (2000)

    I have a client who is using a Run Time version of Access 2000. About half their workstations now have Office XP (some with Access, but most without). I want to install the Access XP version of Run Time.
    Where do I get it...
    Can users with office 2000 use Access XP runtime without problems?
    Will Office XP run on a Windows 98 computer OK?
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    Re: Using a 'Run Time' (2000)

    The Access XP runtime and the license to distribute it came with Microsoft Office Developer 2002. Runtimes should be installed in their own directory and the user given a shortcut to use the appropriate runtime version to start the application. If the Office 2000 is not patched to SR-3, you may run into problems, since the VBE6,dll that comes with XP breaks the 2000 version prior to that service release. Access XP can run on a Win98 machine if it has adequate memory and free space.
    Charlotte

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    Re: Using a 'Run Time' (2000)

    Charlotte Thank you for the information. It helps a lot... now I don't have to learn from my own mistakes.

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