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Access 2003 database doesn't work properly when Access 2007 is also installed

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I have an application developed in Access 2003.  It works perfectly on a machine with just 2003 installed.  On a machine that has Office 2007 installed the VBA codewillnot work.  What is going on?
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Click on compatibility issues in his link:
              http://allenbrowne.com/Access2007.html
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In the Code window, go to Tools | References

You will see something that says MISSING next to it.  Probably Microsoft Access 11.0 Object Library

Uncheck that one and go down the list to find the current Microsoft Access Object Library and check that one.
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