OL97 ErrMsg: Failed to Load Resource DLL ODBCINT.DLL

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When you import data into Microsoft Outlook 97 or when you use an AddressBook as a data source for a mail merge with Microsoft Word, you may receiveone of the following error messages:
Failed to load resource DLL odbcint.dll
The resource file, ODBCINT.DLL is either the wrong version or missing.
The Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) files are not present or areincompatible versions for your Office program. For example, the ODBC filesare not installed with the Microsoft Office 97 Small Business Edition;however, older versions of the files may be on your hard drive from oldersoftware.
The ODBC files are available in the Data Access Pack, in the ValuPackfolder of the Microsoft Office 97 compact disc and the Office 97 SmallBusiness Edition compact disc.

Follow these steps to install the correct files on your computer:
  1. Insert your Office 97 compact disc or Office 97 Small Business Edition compact disc in your CD-ROM drive. If the compact disc does not Autorun, right-click the Start button, click Explore, and then click your CD-ROM drive.
  2. Double-click the ValuPack folder.
  3. Double-click the Dataacc folder.
  4. Double-click Dataacc.exe to install the necessary files.

On the Help menu, point to Microsoft on the Web and click Free Stuff. Onthe Outlook Enhancements page, click Microsoft Data Access Pack, read theinstallation instructions, and then click Download Now.
For more information about ValuPack components, double-click to open theValupk8.hlp Help file, in the ValuPack folder of your Office 97 or Office97 Small Business Edition compact disc.

Article ID: 173081 - Last Review: 10/07/2013 05:18:50 - Revision: 1.1

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