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Re: Access DB and MS-Office 97 Pro.

For those who do not have a licensed version of MS-Access 97 or
MS-Office Professional '97 (the "professional" means that the Access
Database is included--The Standard Edition does NOT include Access),
this link provides a listing of 80 or so hits at ebay for this software.


Of course, the usual caveats apply, but if you have any doubt about a
seller, you can allows try to get approval to use an escrow company
before you bid.  I bought 10 sets one time for $22.00 each, but that was
before Office 2000 came out.  Don't know what at really driven up the
price so much.  As someone else pointed out, MS-Access 2000 should be
able to read an MS-Access 97 database.

Here is an example of a current auction for this product.  I personally
would NOT purchase this without going through escrow, because his
feedback is under 10 AND the purchase price is greater than $50.00.
Just my personal policy on auctions...

Hosta la vista!
Andrew L.

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