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Installing MS Access Internet Assistent

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I've tried installing MS Access Internet Assistent in my system, but a message always insist that I install MS Access in my computer before installing this IA.

The problem is... I have MS Access in my system alreay. In fact, I've tried reinstalling it a few times already.

Please help. Thank you.
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Question by:ganguin
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by:mkoiter
ID: 1017250
Maybe you can give more information. What version of MS Access do you have, and where and which version did you download from the IA. Maybe they don't recognize each other.

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by:mkoiter
ID: 1017251
Maybe you can give more information. What version of MS Access do you have, and where and which version did you download from the IA. Maybe they don't recognize each other.

Miranda
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by:jrhelgeson
ID: 1017252
The followin information was taken directly from the Microsoft web site:
FAQ:
Does Internet Assistant for Microsoft Access for Windows 95 work with previous versions of Microsoft Access?

No. Internet Assistant is a free add-in that works only with Microsoft Access for Windows 95. To output your data on your intranet or the Internet, you can use Microsoft Access for Windows 95 to convert databases created with previous versions of Microsoft Access, and then use Internet Assistant to output your data to Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)documents.

The following is the MINIMUM requirements for the ACCESS Internet Assistant:

Personal Computer with a 386DX or higher processor
Microsoft Windows 95 or Windows NT operating systems
12 MB of memory for use on Windows 95, 16 MB for use on Windows NT Workstation
Microsoft Access for Windows 95
HTML browser that has support for Tables
1MB Hard Drive space, above your Microsoft Access for Windows 95 installation

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by:ganguin
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Okay, I have MS Access for Windows 95, in fact, I have the whole Office 97 professional installed in my PC. And the other specs are more than adequate.

My specs:
Pentium 200MMx
Microsoft Windows 95
64 MB RAM
Microsoft Office 97 Professional
Netscape Navigator Gold 3.0
More than sufficient Hard Drive space, above your Microsoft Access for Windows 95 installation
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Time to close this abandoned question.

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