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    Upgrading from 2000 to 2003 (Access 2000/2003)

    I need some help of need to be pointed in the right direction of where to get the information. We are going to be upgrading to Office 2003 in the next few months from Office 2000. I get confused with how the .dll, .ocx....etc work. How to know which one is needed. I am sure there are these different type of programs with Excel also...can the Excel programs be used in Access. Is there a good place for me to look to read about these?

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    Re: Upgrading from 2000 to 2003 (Access 2000/2003)

    Are you talking about setting references in Access? Excel and Word can used managed code in 2003, but Access isn't really that .Net compatible. Perhaps if you explain your question further, someone can give you a better answer.
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    Re: Upgrading from 2000 to 2003 (Access 2000/2003)

    I would just like to know where I can find more information about references that are used mainly in access. Which ones are registered with 2003.
    I am just looking for where I can find some reading material about them...also is there some articles that can explain which reference do what?
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    Re: Upgrading from 2000 to 2003 (Access 2000/2003)

    MSKB article References that you may have to set when you work with databases in Access 2003 lists the references that are set by default in a database created with Access 2003, and mentions a few others that are frequently used. The article explains which objects are made available by each of the references.

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