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Access 2000 installed over Office XP, without Access

Postby Michael » Sat, 24 Jan 2004 03:43:44 GMT

can Access2000 be installed on a system running Windows 
XP and Office XP. During Office XP setup Access XP was 
not installed. While I know I can probably load Access 
2000 in a diferent folder, I was wondering if there is a 
licensing issue or license registration issue as when you 
load Access97 over Office 2000 and have to rename the 
hatten file and reload.

Thanks for your assistance

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