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Specifying version of access in 97 runtime

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Sam
Hi,

I'm having a problem with a runtime distibution of Access. I need to
know how to specify to the setup wizard that the msaccess.exe to run
the application is the one that came with the distribution. Would I
say something like ($appdir)/msaccess.exe myApp.mdb /runtime?

Thanks,
Sam_hunt90
Nov 12 '05 #1
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sa*******@hotmail.com (Sam) wrote:
I'm having a problem with a runtime distibution of Access. I need to
know how to specify to the setup wizard that the msaccess.exe to run
the application is the one that came with the distribution. Would I
say something like ($appdir)/msaccess.exe myApp.mdb /runtime?


I don't know that you can do this in the runtime. You can try this of course and see
what happens.

You may have to get the user to add the path explicitly on the shortcuts. <sigh>

Also see my Microsoft Access ODE or MOD Runtime Installation Troubles Tips page at
http://www.granite.ab.ca/access/runtime.htm.

Tony
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