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Where Can I Download Missing Reference Files?

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Where can I download missing reference files such as duzactx.dll?

I'm want to use an .mdb file I created several years ago using Office 2003 on a different computer using 32 bit Windows XP.  Now I have Office/Access 2007 and Windows 7 Pro on a 64 bit computer.
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Error Message  Error message for several missing .dlls
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I grabbed the file from here and it scans clean.  I check the contents and the dll seems in order.

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Did not mean to cause anyone pain--dimante has several valid points.  

I will go to my storage area and look for the CD or I will try to resurrect my old computer or I will contact Database Creations where I purchased the original license to use and modify a package they created back in 2000.  I will also follow the wise counsel from the group here.  Many thanks to all . . .
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