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Converting 97 to 2000

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I did not create the original access 97 file. I do have
administrative rights to the system and can do anything I want to in
97. When I try to convert it to 2000 it says that I do not have
permissions to conver the file. What I have done is create a new 97
access file and copy the queries, tables etc. The problem is that I
am missing out on the menus converting so I really need to get it to
convert without creating a new access 97 file. The menus are many and
very complicated. Any sugestions?
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Marilyn Royce wrote:
I did not create the original access 97 file. I do have
administrative rights to the system and can do anything I want to in
97. When I try to convert it to 2000 it says that I do not have
permissions to conver the file. What I have done is create a new 97
access file and copy the queries, tables etc. The problem is that I
am missing out on the menus converting so I really need to get it to
convert without creating a new access 97 file. The menus are many and
very complicated. Any sugestions?


On import, menus & toolbars as well as import/export specs are on the
"options>>" button.

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I did not create the original access 97 file. I do have
administrative rights to the system and can do anything I want to in
97. When I try to convert it to 2000 it says that I do not have
permissions to conver the file. What I have done is create a new 97
access file and copy the queries, tables etc. The problem is that I
am missing out on the menus converting so I really need to get it to
convert without creating a new access 97 file. The menus are many and
very complicated. Any sugestions?


It is much faster and easier to simply use the "import" function instead of
manually copying objects from one database to another. Plus, when you click
on "Options", and then select "menus and toolbars" then everyting is
imported including menus and toolbars.

cheers,

ak
Nov 13 '05 #3

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