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No linked table manager showing in Access 2003

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

  1. Anne

    Anne
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    The linked table manager is not under Tools, Database Utilities. I've tried
    View, Toolbars, Customize, Always Show Full Menus. I've tried reinstalling
    with all options. All I get is Compact and Repair Database, or Repair
    Database.

    My frustration grows. Does anyone have any idea what the deal is? Thanks
    in advance.
     
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  3. Barry Gilbert

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    Right-click your menu bar and select Customize. Expand the Tools and Database
    Utilities menus. In the customize dialog, go to the Commands tab. Select
    tools from the left panel and find Linked Table Manager in the right panel.
    Drag this item to your Database Utilities menu above.

    Barry

    "Anne" wrote:

    > The linked table manager is not under Tools, Database Utilities. I've tried
    > View, Toolbars, Customize, Always Show Full Menus. I've tried reinstalling
    > with all options. All I get is Compact and Repair Database, or Repair
    > Database.
    >
    > My frustration grows. Does anyone have any idea what the deal is? Thanks
    > in advance.
     
  4. danlock2@gmail.com

    danlock2@gmail.com
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    The way I've always done it is to go to your tables view and right
    click on any of the tables and go to linked tables manager




    Anne wrote:
    > The linked table manager is not under Tools, Database Utilities. I've tried
    > View, Toolbars, Customize, Always Show Full Menus. I've tried reinstalling
    > with all options. All I get is Compact and Repair Database, or Repair
    > Database.
    >
    > My frustration grows. Does anyone have any idea what the deal is? Thanks
    > in advance.
     
  5. danlock2@gmail.com

    danlock2@gmail.com
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    Also, do you have norton antivirus?



    Anne wrote:
    > The linked table manager is not under Tools, Database Utilities. I've tried
    > View, Toolbars, Customize, Always Show Full Menus. I've tried reinstalling
    > with all options. All I get is Compact and Repair Database, or Repair
    > Database.
    >
    > My frustration grows. Does anyone have any idea what the deal is? Thanks
    > in advance.
     
  6. Anne

    Anne
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    Bless you both, you are wonderful people.

    "danlock2@gmail.com" wrote:

    > The way I've always done it is to go to your tables view and right
    > click on any of the tables and go to linked tables manager
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > Anne wrote:
    > > The linked table manager is not under Tools, Database Utilities. I've tried
    > > View, Toolbars, Customize, Always Show Full Menus. I've tried reinstalling
    > > with all options. All I get is Compact and Repair Database, or Repair
    > > Database.
    > >
    > > My frustration grows. Does anyone have any idea what the deal is? Thanks
    > > in advance.

    >
    >
     
  7. Joan Wild

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    Have you tried resetting the Main Menu in customize?

    --
    Joan Wild
    Microsoft Access MVP

    Anne wrote:
    > The linked table manager is not under Tools, Database Utilities.
    > I've tried View, Toolbars, Customize, Always Show Full Menus. I've
    > tried reinstalling with all options. All I get is Compact and Repair
    > Database, or Repair Database.
    >
    > My frustration grows. Does anyone have any idea what the deal is?
    > Thanks in advance.
     

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