Ron Badour, MS MVP W95/98 Systems
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Which version of Access are you using? When you add a new record to anQuote:
>>put your cursor where u need a insertion and then insert
>Hi, thanks for your help but i've tried several times to
>do that and it keeps adding a row at the end of the
>table. Not where my cursor is.
Perhaps I misunderstand your problem but getting the correct order that
you want in Access usually means designing a query and/or a report to
give you exactly what you want.
Unless you really mean Excel or even a table in Word - in which case you
may have a problem.
I received a new Dell computer with Office 2000 Professional installed in
Windows 98. After I found out that all of the databases would need to be
converted from Access 97, I decided to remove Office 2000 and reinstall
Office 97. I followed the instructions from Dell on how to go into the
CONTROL PANEL and Add/remove programs. I chose REMOVE ALL and it seemed to
go smoothly. I then installed Office 97 Professional and all programs work
fine except Access 97. I am getting the following error message "Microsoft
Access can't start because there is no license for it on this machine."
when trying to start Access.
Any ideas other than formatting C: and starting over from scratch?
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