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Default ACCESS 2000 Report problem on Windows 2003

I have an Access 2000 app that has not been touched in a couple of years. We recently upgraded our pc's to 2003/XP. One of the users attempted to utilize this Access system and it does not work. I opened a copy (mdb) and when I attempt to look (design view) at at report nothing comes up. What's up with that? It is like any of the report definitions disappeared.

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Hi... possibly way off the mark, but always a good thing to do when checking out an old implementation for the first time in a while... does the PC, you used to examine the report, have a printer set up on it? If it doesnt, then that is your problem, though that said you mention design view, so maybe it isnt! Somewhere to start looking though.
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