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Description of Microsoft Access 2002 Update: March 23, 2004
Article ID: 833857 - View products that this article applies to.
Microsoft has released an update to Microsoft Access 2002. This update fixes an issue where descending indexes in Access 2002 that have been upsized to SQL Server may still be upsized as ascending indexes after you install Microsoft Office XP Service Pack 3. This update makes sure that Access 2002 wizard files are updated correctly.
This article describes the Microsoft Access 2002 Update, how to obtain and install the update, and the issues that are fixed when you install Access 2002 Update: KB 833857.
How to download and install the updateNote Run the Upsizing Wizard before you install this update. If you do not run the Upsizing Wizard before you install this update, and the wizard has the Install on Demand option turned on, the wizard may not be updated correctly and the update may not work as expected.
To download and install the update, follow these steps:
Updated filesThe update contains the following files:
File name ----------- Acwzlib.mde Acwzmain.mde Acwztool.mde
List of issues that are fixed by the updateThe Access 2002 Update: KB833857 fixes the following issue:
The Upsizing Wizard creates descending indexes as ascending indexesWhen you use the Upsizing Wizard in Microsoft Access 2002 to upsize a database to SQL Server, you notice that descending indexes change to ascending indexes in the resulting database.
The Access 2002 Update: KB833857 fixes the issue that is described in the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article:
(http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314413/ )ACC2002: Font list is displayed incorrectly in Label Wizard dialog box
The Access 2002 Update: KB833857 fixes the following issues that were previously not documented in the Microsoft Knowledge Base.
The linked table view can no longer be updatedIf you update the link to a SQL Server View in Access 2002, the linked table (view) can no longer be updated.
English language strings are taken from the form in the Microsoft Access database (MDE)When you run the User Level Security Wizard, some English language strings may be taken from the form in the Microsoft Access database (MDE). The expected behavior is that the string is loaded from the Acwizrc.dll file.