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Data Outline Control?

Posted on 2002-05-01
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Is there a Data Ouline Control for Access 2000 or Access XP? If not would anyone know if the Acess97 version is compatible with subsequent Access versions?
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As far as I know A97 will be "upward compatible" to A2000 and A2002.
A2000 does offer a conversion back to A97 and I assume A2002 has that possibility too.
A97 lacks that conversion to previous versions.
An A2000 .mdb can't be opened with A97 and the same goes for A2002 that can't be opened by A2000....

Nic;o)
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by:eeevbeee
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I'm not asking about Access but about this Control?
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I assume the control is an ActiveX .ocx.
After registering the control it should work in all versions as M$ did invent the ActiveX controls.

Nic;o)
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sun365 earned 50 total points
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Actualy I don't think this Control won't work for Access 2000!
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