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    Use 1 or two scripts? (MS Office - Outlook & Access)

    I have to create Outlook forms for User that use either MS Office 2002 or 2003. Instead of creating two different forms, is there a way to combine them both into one form?

    Questions: If we have users using MS Office in 2002 or 2003 will Users be able to update a 2003 database?
    Questions: If we have users using MS Office in 2002 or 2003 will Users be able to update a 2002 database?
    Questions: Can we use one script/vba to write to both versions of database? 2002 & 2003?
    Question: Is there any Ref. Material that show difference between VB Script and VB6?

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    Re: Use 1 or two scripts? (MS Office - Outlook & Access)

    This seems to be basically the same as <post#=426770>post 426770</post#> (and as <post#=426851>post 426851</post#> in the Outlook forum). Please do NOT post the same question multiple times.

    I am locking this thread; all replies to <post#=426770>post 426770</post#> please.

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