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Creating Access 97 runtime

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I am able to get a hold of Developer edition of Office 97. But I am still not able to locate the utility to create access 97 runtime. Any Help? Is that under Microsoft ODE Tools? I do not see any directory that starts "adt". Advanced Developer Toolkit comes with Developer Edition of Office 97, right?

Thanks in advance.

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Hello namasi_navaretnam,

You need the :
Microsoft Office 97 Developer Edition Tools.
On the CD you will find ODETools which will allow you to create the Access97 Runtime.
You will get the install menu when you load the cd.

Pete
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