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MS Access 2003 Link Table ODBC dialog box does not come up-fix?

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Dan68, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Dan68

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    When I click on Link Tables -> ODBC, the dialog box does not appear. I had
    installed some Foxpro ODBC drivers which may have had something to do with
    this. I tried to repair the Office 2003 installation and then I uninstalled
    and re-installed Office 2003 but I still do not get the dialog box. I am
    thinking it may be a registry setting. Any ideas?
     
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  3. Sylvain Lafontaine

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    The first thing to check is if you have installed Norton Antivirus 2006.
    If yes, then all you to do is to disable the Office Plug-in.

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    "Dan68" <Dan68@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:FBF97EF2-1115-4515-A3C1-617DDC67FD64@microsoft.com...
    > When I click on Link Tables -> ODBC, the dialog box does not appear. I had
    > installed some Foxpro ODBC drivers which may have had something to do with
    > this. I tried to repair the Office 2003 installation and then I
    > uninstalled
    > and re-installed Office 2003 but I still do not get the dialog box. I am
    > thinking it may be a registry setting. Any ideas?
     
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