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Old July 21st, 2006, 12:34 PM
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It looks like you used objects on the form that do not exist in the earlier version of Access.
I'm not sure how you would overcome this...

First I would try creating a simple form in 2000 whith the suspect controls on it, then import that form into a newer DB and see if the behavior is different in the two IDEs.

In the earlier version, look in object browser to see which libraries are mentioned (and their file locations/names) and see if you can add to the newer version references that you found in the older version. (You probably won't due to name collisions.

There is the possibility that you will not be able to overcome this. In that case, I think your only solution will be to deploy the frontend as an application through making an installable package (SetUp.exe, and associated stuff), and actually install it on the machines that need to run it.
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