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I have a database that was created with Access 95. Is there a way to
convert this to Access 2003? I keep getting errors: "broken reference to
the file msjetsql.tlb version 3.0.

Thank you,
Burl Stafford
Nov 12 '05 #1
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I'm not familiar with that particular message or typelib, but you can
improve the chances of a smooth conversion by making sure, in Access 95,
that the Access 95 DB compiles without error. Just to expedite the
conversion, perhaps you could open any module in Access 95, on the menu,
Tools | References and uncheck that reference if you find it (it'll probably
be a descriptive title rather than the actual filename that you describe).

I haven't done any Access 95 - 2003 conversions (don't think I've had any
A95 DBs around since shortly after A97 was released), but have had no
trouble with A97, A2000, and A2002 conversions.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
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I have a database that was created with Access 95. Is there a way to
convert this to Access 2003? I keep getting errors: "broken reference to
the file msjetsql.tlb version 3.0.

Thank you,
Burl Stafford

Nov 12 '05 #2

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