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Hello!
  I have an old access rapport eks: abc.mtb running on an old PC XP.
I have got a new PC with windows 7. how do i move this report to my new PC.
( The person who had very good experience with Access has got a new job)?
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Without knowing anything about your database, it's hard to say.

The migration from Access 2003 to 2007 is straight forward in most cases.

What happens when you try to run your database on your new PC?

If existing code is causing errors, you may need to open the Visual Basic editor and click Tools--> References, uncheck any that are MISSING and update the references with the new version.
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MY access application runs on my old PC, (XP) now i want to move this application to my new PC with windows 7. How do i Export,move,...this application to my new PC.
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Start by simply copying your application to your new PC, using the same file/folder structure as on your old PC.

Once you do that, are you able to open the database?
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mbizup, i will get back to u on monday  noon norway time.
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Okay - Sounds good.
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had to do som more OBDC connection and ,....
Thanks
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