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look for a specific odbc driver on the computer

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My app requires a specific access odbc driver that is used by another program. how do I check the computer to see if the driver exists?

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Found some code. Go to www.planetsourcecode.com search for 'ODBC driver' in the Visual Basic section.
regards,
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Go into the ODBC Manager on your PC and look for it.

Click on the Drivers tab to see if that version of Access driver is available.

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my appologies !!  I completly forgot about the question.  you know how it is when you get caught up in work.  I looked at the site you referred to and it appears they may be something there I can use, thanks.

I downloaded some code and will be looking at it soon.

thank you for the new resource.

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