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2003 Access Runtime Deployment package

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I installed Visual Studio 2005 Professional Ediction in order to
create a 2003 Access Deploymnet package so my client could run the
Access system I created on all their computers without having Access
installed. This seemed to wipe out the choice of selecting the
Packaging wizard choiceI had previously. How do you run the packaging
wizard to create a deployment package if you have installed 2005
Visual Studio?

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V

Feb 15 '07 #1
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"vick" <vf******@austin.rr.comwrote
>I installed Visual Studio 2005 Professional Ediction in order to
create a 2003 Access Deploymnet package so my client could run the
Access system I created on all their computers without having Access
installed. This seemed to wipe out the choice of selecting the
Packaging wizard choiceI had previously. How do you run the packaging
wizard to create a deployment package if you have installed 2005
Visual Studio?
Help me understand: who said or implied that you needed "Visual Studio 2005
Professional Ediction in order to create a 2003 Access Deploymnet package".
What you need is "Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office 2003 System"
(abbreviated VSTO) with the Access runtime support. If your menus showed
the Packaging Wizard before, then it seems likely that you had VSTO
installed. I was not aware that installing VS2005 Pro would uninstall VSTO.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
Feb 15 '07 #2

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