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Old 05-25-2009, 08:43 AM
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I just signed up here, came out to the list of forums, and clicked on MS Access so that I could post this. That's where I found out that I have to register again, that membership for this Office forum does not include membership in the other forums on your list. So, I'm posting this here and I hope that someone can help.

When I start Streets and Trips 2009 installation it says, "Microsoft
Streets and Trips 2009 requires the installation of the Microsoft Office Access database engine. " I can continue or cancel, so I cancel. I have Microsoft Office Access installed already. It is the 2003 version. I use Access 2003 and I don't want S&T 2009 to mess with that.



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ADMIN NOTE: - Cross-posted here!


Please see second post for information regarding cross-posting, here!
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This download will install a set of components that can be used by non-Microsoft Office applications to read data from and write data to 2007 Office system files such as Microsoft Office Access 2007 (mdb and accdb) files and Microsoft Office Excel 2007 (xls, xlsx, and xlsb) files. Connectivity to text files is also supported.

ODBC and OLEDB drivers are installed for application developers to use in developing their applications with connectivity to Office file formats.
Meaning that this isn't something that will replace any of your MS Office files - just something that S&M 2009 needs to be able to read the map data format (which I take it are written in MSO 2007 format).

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If you would post these details to the other site that you have cross-posted on, or link them to here - I'm sure other people looking for this information would be grateful!
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Then I guess I will just have to install it and see if it causes problems with Office 2003, and if it does, then reinstall Office and forget about using S&T. I just wondered if anyone knew for certain if it changed anything with my current Office installation. Thanks for your help.
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