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Does anyone know where I can download additional wizards for Microsoft Access 2000? Thanks to anyone who has an answer.

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Mark,

Go here ==> http://office.microsoft.com/ProductUpdates/default.aspx

It's a start.

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They don't really have any wizards on it for me, but a couple of times I've tried installing Office SR-1a, and everything goes crazy, like programs cloing unexpectedly (really, like just closing by themselves.) Maybe I should install all of the updates that require SR-1a.

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Actually, I have never been able to install SR-1. It always says that something's corrupt or invalid and then it fails. SR-2 won't install unless SR-1 is installed. So that means I've never been able to install SR-2 either.

Thanks, Bill Gates.

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SR-2? never heard of it. But for some reason, I've installed SR-1a, and sp-2, and it's working fine. ...

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By the way, I use Office2k, not Office2k3/XP.

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