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Using Access 97..tried to replicate a database but got a message that flie
MSRCLR35.dll was missing... Searched windows98se disk ..office97 pro disc and
could not find Dll. Searched microsoft \.com no help..have MSRCLR40.dll in
windows\system .but access does not reconize it .. is this a updated Dll? If
not
does anyone know where I might get MSRCLR35.Dll????

Thank for assistance in this matter
Bob P


Nov 12 '05 #1
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"Rdp4827" <rd*****@aol.com> wrote...
Using Access 97..
Ok, that means Jet 3.5.
tried to replicate a database but got a message that flie MSRCLR35.dll was missing...

Yes, this file must be present and REGISTERED in the same directory as
Microsoft Access (msaccess.exe) is. The file is pretty much never missing,
it is usually just not registered -- so you should register it.
Searched windows98se disk ..office97 pro disc and could not find Dll.
Its on the Office 97 Pro disk (in the \OFFICE subdirectory). But as I said,
you probably do not need it.
Searched microsoft \.com no help..have MSRCLR40.dll in windows\system
This is the file for Jet 4.0, used by Access 2000/2002/2003. You must have
installed one of the Jet 4.0 service packs, which puts this file in
windows\system instead of where it ought to be.
.but access does not reconize it ..
By design. Access 97 does not use Jet 4.0.
is this a updated Dll?
Yes, for an updated version.
If not does anyone know where I might get MSRCLR35.Dll????


See above.
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MichKa [MS]

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Nov 12 '05 #2

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Thank you.. will give it a try
mi*****@online.microsoft.com
Date: 10/12/2003 1:52 PM Eastern Daylight Time
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"Rdp4827" <rd*****@aol.com> wrote...
Using Access 97..


Ok, that means Jet 3.5.
tried to replicate a database but got a message that flie MSRCLR35.dll was

missing...

Yes, this file must be present and REGISTERED in the same directory as
Microsoft Access (msaccess.exe) is. The file is pretty much never missing,
it is usually just not registered -- so you should register it.
Searched windows98se disk ..office97 pro disc and could not find Dll.


Its on the Office 97 Pro disk (in the \OFFICE subdirectory). But as I said,
you probably do not need it.
Searched microsoft \.com no help..have MSRCLR40.dll in windows\system


This is the file for Jet 4.0, used by Access 2000/2002/2003. You must have
installed one of the Jet 4.0 service packs, which puts this file in
windows\system instead of where it ought to be.
.but access does not reconize it ..


By design. Access 97 does not use Jet 4.0.
is this a updated Dll?


Yes, for an updated version.
If not does anyone know where I might get MSRCLR35.Dll????


See above.
--
MichKa [MS]

This posting is provided "AS IS" with
no warranties, and confers no rights.



Nov 12 '05 #3

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Thank you for your help..My Replication wizard now works
Bob P
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