Y2K compliance

Is MS Access Y2K compliant? I would like to know the compliance of Access 97 as well as Acess 95
aartiaryaAsked:
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RRRCommented:
If you are asking about Access97 --> Yes.
RRR.
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aartiaryaAuthor Commented:
Edited text of question.
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RRRCommented:
aartiarya ??
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clockwatcherCommented:
Microsoft has a website dedicated to their products' compliancy issues.  Simply select the product(s) you're interested in and it'll show you all the details and issues of which Microsoft is aware and will give you links to the required patches.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/year2k/product/product.asp
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ediceCommented:
AARTIARYA,

Microsoft seems to have pulled their latest patch to Access 2.0
Patch ACC2DATE.EXE
Some problem and they recommended going back to the old files.
This was on KB Article Q231408
last updated 3 Dec 99
As of 13 Dec no further change.

Ed Dice
Pensacola
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ediceCommented:
Update as of 14 Dec 99,
Microsoft posted the new ACC2DATE.EXE

contains:
MSABC200.DLL v2.3
MSAJT200.DLL v2.50.0.2823
MSAJU200.DLL 2.50.0.2819

Have not tried it .... yet.
Hope it helps your problem, aartiarya

Ed
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ediceCommented:
The ACC2DATE.EXE update seems to work.
At least in my Windows 3.1 environment.  

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