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Access 2003 linked table manager not displaying tables

Greetings!

After finally figuring out that the Linked Table manager is no longer
an add-in in Access 2003 I now discover that it does not display any
of my linked tables in the 'select linked tables to be updated' list.
Although I have about 30 linked tables in my application, absolutely
none of them are showing up in the list. I compacted and repaired,
but that didn't have any effect. Has anyone else seen this problem?
If so, how is it corrected? Thanks.

Bruce
Nov 12 '05 #1
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br***@aristotle .net (Bruce) wrote:
Greetings!

After finally figuring out that the Linked Table manager is no longer
an add-in in Access 2003 I now discover that it does not display any
of my linked tables in the 'select linked tables to be updated' list.
Although I have about 30 linked tables in my application, absolutely
none of them are showing up in the list. I compacted and repaired,
but that didn't have any effect.


MS just published the following today:
BUG: List of currently linked tables may not appear in Linked Table Manager Wizard in
a database in Access 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=835519

Tony
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Nov 12 '05 #2
I've just reinstalled Office 2003 with all the latest updates on a
freshly formatted machine and this problem still exists. Maybe this is
too simplistic, but wouldn't one think that this would have been fixed
by now by an Office update? Off I go to the MS support site again to
download the patch.

Nov 13 '05 #3

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