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Access not working (can't query or create report)

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Hi!

In the company where I'm working there are 5 machines setup with Access
2003 and some with 2002. On all but one access isn't functioning
properly.Everytime someone tries to query or create a report using ANY
table, access claims that there were no fields in the table, but that's
not true.

Also it seems as if we are having some kind of language versions
conflict. They only have and ever had German versions installed, but
some dialogues in access appear in English. Not that it would be much of
a problem, but maybe it's a symptom related to the issue.

It would be really nice if anyone could suggest a solution.. been
searching for days now.

Maybe is there a fast possibility for wiping all dlls office is using
off the system and reinstall them?
Reinstalling office the normal way does not help.
The one system on which access is working fine, has the exactly same
version installed: Access 2003 with SP1, Access 2002 with SP1.

Thanks for any help!

Regards,
Max
Nov 13 '05 #1
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"Max Riedel" <no****@antispammmmmmmm.org> wrote in message
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The one system on which access is working fine, has the exactly same
version installed: Access 2003 with SP1, Access 2002 with SP1.

Have you taken steps to ensure that the two versions can co-exist on the
same machine and run without error?

Keith.
Nov 13 '05 #2

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Keith wrote:
Have you taken steps to ensure that the two versions can co-exist on the
same machine and run without error?

Keith.


Thanks for your answer!
I think I messed up my previous message.. I didn't want to say that both
versions were installed on the same machine -in fact there's only either
access 2002, or 2003 installed-, but that all the machines who have
2002 or 2003 installed, had office sp1 and respectively office sp3
installed as well. The only machine on which access seems to work fine
is one of the clients access 2003 is installed on. So the same errors
occur on all the other pcs and it doesn't matter if they run access 2002
or 2003.
Nov 13 '05 #3

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Thnx to someone in another group the problem is now solved..
As suggested the problem causer was the AV software, that blocked VBA
Macros and therefore caused the wizards to misfunction.

Thnx for all your help!
Nov 13 '05 #4

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