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Access 2003/Windows 97 OS & Access 97/Windows XP OS

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Hi experts:

Can anyone tell me:

1)  Can the runtime version of Access 2003 runtime be installed on a work station that uses Windows 97 operating system and work correctly?  

2)  Also, can the runtime version of Access 97 be installed on a workstation that is using Windows XP operating system and run correctly?

Any help or thoughts is appreciated.  Thanks.  
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1)  Windows 97?  I'll assume you mean Win 98 rather than 95.
Either way - no.  Earliest is Win 2000 (with SP4 I think) and any Windows XP.

2) Yep indeedy.
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Thanks.
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No probs.
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