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BOOK: Expert One-on-One Access Application Development
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Old November 9th, 2005, 03:24 PM
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Default Design Schemes Install Problem

I installed Design Schemes according to the instructions, placing "Design Schemes.mda" in "C:\Documents and Settings\Obadiah Manley\Application Data\Microsoft\AddIns" and selecting it in the AddIn manger. However, when selecting the "New Form" command, I do not have an option for "Custom Form Wizard". I tried restarting Access, and verifying that the AddIn is installed. I am using Access 2002 and Windows XP Home. Any ideas?

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Hi Obadiah,
In the Documents and Settings folder, there will be several sub-folders. ie All Users, Default User, Administrator, and in you case Obadiah Manley. Each of these sub-folders have the following

Application Data\Microsoft\AddIns

Is a matter of finding which of the AddIns Folder you need to copy the Design Schemes.mda file into. Usually the Administrator one but try each one until you get the right one.

Hope that helps

Sean





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