Moderate: Requires basic macro, coding, and interoperability skills.
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- The Accwiz.dll file that is used by Access 2003 is not registered correctly on your computer.
- The version of the Accwiz.dll file that is used by Access 2003 and is registered on your computer may be an incorrect version.
- Locate the Accwiz.dll file on your computer that corresponds to Access 2003. To do this, follow these steps:
- Search for all copies of the Accwiz.dll file on your computer.
- For each copy of the Accwiz.dll file that is listed in the search results, right-click the Accwiz.dll file, and then click Properties.
- In the ACCWIZ.DLL Properties dialog box, notice the version number that is mentioned for File Version on the Version tab.
For example, if the version number is similar to 11.x.xxxx.x, the Accwiz.dll file corresponds to Access 2003.
- At the command prompt, run the following command:Note In this step, <path> is a placeholder. Make sure that the <path>placeholder is replaced by the full path of the Accwiz.dll file that you located in step 1.
Steps to reproduce the problem
- On a computer that has Access 2003 already installed, install Access 2002.
- Start Access 2003.
- Open the Northwind.mdb sample database.
- Create a linked table in the Northwind.mdb sample database.
- On the Tools menu, point to
Database Utilities, and then click Linked Table Manager.
You may notice that the list of the currently linked tables does not appear in the Select the linked tables to be updated list box.
Article ID: 835519 - Last Review: Mar 29, 2017 - Revision: 3