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Microsoft Access Malarky

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#1 Mechanized Death

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Posted 02 December 2005 - 06:08 AM

Hey guys, quick question for ya:

I (shamefully admit that I) am a frequent user of Microsoft Access 2000. It has never given me too much trouble, but recently I have not been able to perform a certain function without it giving me this error message:

"Error in loading DLL".

This happens when I am creating a table in design view, and I change the data type to "Lookup Wizard". Instead of opening up the "Lookup Wizard" box it just gives me that blasted error message. I have always been able to use this feature before without any problems; this is just something that started happening recently.

Note that it doesn't tell me *what* DLL it's talking about, which makes the problem even more maddening and cryptic (cryptic error messages in a Microsoft application??!? WHAT??!?).

Anyway, if anyone has any idea of how I might fix this, I would greatly appreciate it. The Microsoft help page and forum didn't really do the trick.

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