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I am using VBA in my application that uses access database.

I want my application to run with access97 as well as access2000.

please tell what should i do?

what references should i include in the applicaiton.

thanks
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Use late reference. i.e. declare variable like :
Dim objAccess as Object
Set objAccess = CreateObject("Access.Application")
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I answered the question
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