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Trying to run an Access Runtime application on a Mac computer that has XP Professional but does not have Microsoft Office installed.

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Trying to run an Access Runtime application on a Mac computer that has XP Professional but does not have Microsoft Office installed.  What files are missing?
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The application should run fine if the computer is booted into windows and the application is a true Access Runtime app. The point of runtime was that it did not need the end user to already have office/access installed
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by:Eoin OSullivan
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Are you using BootCamp or Parallels/VMWare Fusion?

GEt a copy of Access Runtime here- http://support.microsoft.com/kb/243957
and try installing it again.
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These solutions are probably correct, but what made the application work was installing the trial version of Office 2007.
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