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    Conflict with Adobe 7.0 (Access2003)

    Anyone know of a conflict with Adobe 7.0? Another developer was telling me of a situation that was occuring at only 1 of his client sites. They were getting this error:

    ERROR 3051
    Microsoft jet database engine cannot open file
    NetworkServerShareAccessData.mdb
    It is already opened exclusively by another user or your need permission to view its data.

    Turns out to be a conflict with Adobe 7.0 Professional. They uninstalled that and everything is fine! Go figure!
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    Re: Conflict with Adobe 7.0 (Access2003)

    OK, got some more info. Apparently when installing Adobe 7.0 there is an option to install an Access add-on. Make sure that is de-selected!
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    Re: Conflict with Adobe 7.0 (Access2003)

    Thanks! It seems that Adobe add-ins cause problems all around - there have been several threads in the Word forum about the Adobe add-in for Word wreaking havoc with toolbar and menu customizations.

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    Re: Conflict with Adobe 7.0 (Access2003)

    I heard from our in house graphics person that Adobe and Publisher were giving them serious grief. Supposedly there is a MS white paper about it, but I could not find it and the person there is away.

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