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MDAC version for Windows 2000 Professional with Office 2003 Professional

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Reference problems and 'Error loading dll' with an Access 2003 database running on Windows 2000 Professional.  Seems reinstalling MDAC is best but I'm blowed if I can figure out which download option I should choose from the microsoft site.
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