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The form and report wizards on MS Access 2003 are not running.  When selected nothing happens.
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Try Help - Detect & Repair. You can have some problem with your Access instalation.

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Note that you also have to have the Wizard button selected ... it's in the toolbox, just beside the arrow pointer.
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