We need help Linking Access to a dbf file.
This is just on one computer. When the user clicks on a dbf link in access that has been established from another computer we get the error message:
"The Microsoft Jet Data Base could not find the object arcola-sec.dbf. Make sure the object exist and you spell its name and path name correctly."
We have reinstalled Office including Access and made sure all components were selected. Same results. Also we have tried to do a new link; the program can see the dbf's but when you try to open one to complete the link we get the same message.
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