ACC97: Microsoft Access 97 ActiveX Controls Sample Database Available in Download Center

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This sample application is designed to be a learning tool for developers who are creating solutions with Microsoft Access 97 and deploying those solutions with Microsoft Office 97 Developer Edition. It contains a Microsoft Access database with several forms that use ActiveX controls. Developers are encouraged to see how the controls are used and to adapt the methods used in this sample application to their own solutions.

For more information, see the Actxread.txt file included with this application.

The following file is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:
The Actxsamp.exe file contains the following file:

Acmsetup.exe Setup file
Acmsetup.hlp Setup file
Actctrls.mdb Active X control sample database
Actxread.txt Text file with information and installation instructions
Admin.inf Setup file
ComCat.dll Setup file
Comct232.ocx Setup file
Comctl32.ocx Setup file
Comdlg32.ocx Setup file
Expand.exe Setup file
Msacccah.dll Setup file
Mscal.ocx Setup file
Msodeusa.dll Setup file
Mssetup.dll Setup file
Msvcrt20.dll Setup file
Oleaut32.dll Setup file
Readme.txt This readme file
RichEd32.dll Setup file
Richtx32.ocx Setup file
Selfreg.dll Setup file
Setup.exe Setup file
Setup.inf Setup file
Setup.ini Setup file
Setup.lst Setup file
Setup.stf Setup file
Setup.tdf Setup file
Stdole2.tlb Setup file
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Article ID: 165437 - Last Review: Jan 19, 2007 - Revision: 1