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MS-Access 2007 causes conflict for 2003-Access-built databases

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I am (still) using MS-Office 2003 for all of my day-to-day work.

As part of an training course, I installed a software called rdExpert... which (according to the installation notes) requires MS-Access 2007.

The rdExpert software installed properly (and loaded Access 2007 as part of it).

Unfortunately now, all of my databases (built in Access 2003) don't load anylonger.   That is, most of them have pop-up forms after opening the file.   Please see attached Word document that contains screenshots.  

I won't begin the course until next week and need to make sure that I undo some configuration between rdExpert and Access 2007.    

Ideally, there's a setting/configuration in my Access 2003-built databases/forms that will allow me to continue to use them w/o uninstalling Access 2007.

Thoughts/recommendations that might resolve this issue?

Thanks,
EEH
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