converting access 97 to access 2002

getting error database or project contains a missing or broken reference to the file "MSBDR8.OLB" version 8.0 when opening in access 2002, file was created in access 97 or prior. Need help fixing so everything works on access 2002.

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mmerlinCommented:
msbdr8.olb is the Binder 97 component

I dont think there is a Binder 2002 component, but there is a Binder 2000 component (msbdr9.olb)



Anyway, the solution should be this:

1.  View a code window (either code in a module or code behind a form)

2.  Tools menu -> References

3.  Look at which references are ticked.  You need to have a "binder" object ticked.

4.  Scroll down the list to get to the Microsoft  components

5.  Tick just one of these
"Microsoft Binder 9.0 Object Library"
or
"Microsoft Binder 8.0 Object Library"
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mmerlinCommented:
P.S.   Also, after setting the new reference, do a
Debug -> Compile
(just to make sure the reference is fixed, or that there are no other missing references)
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