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Access 2002, IE 7, and Data Access Pages

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I've upgraded to IE7, and using Access 2002 SP3. I can no longer view
DAPs without IE crashing. A coworker had IE7 and the same issue. He
reverted back to IE6 and no problems.

Has anyone experienced this, or does anyone have an idea what I shoudl
be looking at?

Dec 19 '06 #1
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aa****@hotmail.com wrote:
I've upgraded to IE7, and using Access 2002 SP3. I can no longer view
DAPs without IE crashing. A coworker had IE7 and the same issue. He
reverted back to IE6 and no problems.

Has anyone experienced this, or does anyone have an idea what I shoudl
be looking at?
I remember Lyle saying that he had weird problems with IE7. And we all
thought 6 was the number of the beast...

Dec 19 '06 #2

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On 19 Dec 2006 11:15:09 -0800, aa****@hotmail.com wrote:
>I've upgraded to IE7, and using Access 2002 SP3. I can no longer view
DAPs without IE crashing. A coworker had IE7 and the same issue. He
reverted back to IE6 and no problems.

Has anyone experienced this, or does anyone have an idea what I shoudl
be looking at?
Where can I get an installable copy of IE6. Not at MS because I just tried
that.
Dec 20 '06 #3

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Chuck wrote:
Where can I get an installable copy of IE6. Not at MS because I just tried
that.
IE is an integral part of Windows. If you uninstall IE7 then IE6 should
magically reappear.
To uninstall IE7 go
Control Panel
Add or Remove Programs
Click Show Updates (Box at Top)
Windows Internet Explorer should now appear together with a Remove
Button.

I have done this with IE 7 Beta where it worked swimmingly but not the
"real" thing; from my experience with MS I estimate there is only a
small, say 20%, chance that your hard drive will be erased and your cpu
fused.

But, perhaps you could become famous by discovering the problem (and
the solution) with your DAPs instead? Is there one that fails that is
not so crucial or private that you could not post it so others could
test and explore it, or send it to those who are interested whom you
might trust?

Dec 21 '06 #4

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pi********@hotmail.com wrote:
aa****@hotmail.com wrote:
I've upgraded to IE7, and using Access 2002 SP3. I can no longer view
DAPs without IE crashing. A coworker had IE7 and the same issue. He
reverted back to IE6 and no problems.

Has anyone experienced this, or does anyone have an idea what I shoudl
be looking at?

I remember Lyle saying that he had weird problems with IE7. And we all
thought 6 was the number of the beast...
The real (non-beta) IE7 seems to cause few problems and it helps a lot
with shaving. I've taken to keeping an electric razor beside my machine
and I give my face a buzz while IE7 does whatever it does to show
sites. Now all the redheads say, "Oh, you're so smooth, Lyle!". And you
thought there was no big advantage to IE7 ....!

(more seriously I use IE7 for what it alone can do and K-Meleon for
everything else; this post is coming via Google/K-Meleon).

Dec 21 '06 #5

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"Lyle Fairfield" <ly***********@aim.comschreef in bericht news:11*********************@i12g2000cwa.googlegro ups.com...
The real (non-beta) IE7 seems to cause few problems and it helps a lot
with shaving. I've taken to keeping an electric razor beside my machine
and I give my face a buzz while IE7 does whatever it does to show
sites. Now all the redheads say, "Oh, you're so smooth, Lyle!". And you
thought there was no big advantage to IE7 ....!
LOL !
I don't shave that often (I have a beard), so no advantage left for me then ??
Or maybe my beard needs trimming more often...

Arno R
Dec 21 '06 #6

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