install access 2000 with office 2003?

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  • 2. Jet Database Update
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  • 3. Random between value in field table
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  • 4. Changing table owner during upsize to SQL?
    When I create tables in SQL I can specify dbo as the owner using the syntax below. Can ownship be changed when using the upsize wizard in Access 2000? CREATE TABLE dbo.mytable (c1 int not null) Thank You, Randy K XXXX@XXXXX.COM

install access 2000 with office 2003?

Postby VWNvbm5TdXBwb3J0 » Thu, 06 Oct 2005 01:46:08 GMT

Is there a way to install access 2000 on a PC that has office2003 on it (with 
access 2003)?

Re: install access 2000 with office 2003?

Postby SusanV » Thu, 06 Oct 2005 01:53:47 GMT

Why do you want to? You can open an Access 200 file with 2003 without 
converting it.

RE: install access 2000 with office 2003?

Postby JzY5IENhbWFybw » Thu, 06 Oct 2005 02:02:01 GMT


Yes.  Install Access 2000 first, then install all of the service packs, 
including SP-3 (this is very, very important in order to prevent a {*filter*} 
bug), then install Office 2003, then install Office 2003 SP-1.  Don't allow 
the installation program to uninstall Access 2000 when it detects this 
application on the workstation, and don't allow the installation application 
to install in the same directory as Access 2000.

There are ways to configure the workstation so that one version of Access 
will be the preferred version when the user double-clicks on an MDB file, but 
the default will be Access 2003, since it was the last version installed.

But remember that Access 2003 can open, edit and save in Access 2000 
database format.  About the only capability it doesn't have is to create an 
MDE file in Access 2000 database format from the menu, but that can be 
achieved with VBA code.


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