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Old July 25th, 2003, 07:21 AM
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Default Install Of Office 2000 Developer Toolkit

I am an Access developer in Texas.
I have had the Office 2000 Developer Toolkit for some time but have never had a need for it until now.

When I try to install it I get a message that I need to install “Visual Basic For Applications 6.0” and this I can get this by installing Office 2000 (which I have been using for years) or another product that contains VBA 6.

As I stated, I use Office 2000 Premium and, use a lot of VBA in my Access applications, so I don’t know what they are
talking about.

Has anyone every had this happen to them before?
Also does anyone know where I can a manual for the Office 2000 Developer toolkit (all I have now is the CD – manual is long gone)?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Don Lynch


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