I installed Access Database Engine bit version! Thursday, January 8, 7: Here’s the Database Engine Redistributable: I realize these are for earlier versions of what you’re running, but they’ll generally work with no issue. Monday, August 8, 6: I have MS Access on a 64 bit Dell computer. Did anyone offer a solution?

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HeyI have no words to say u thanks. If on a bit machine, go to C: Monday, May 30, I am also facing same issue on Windows Server Odbc accdb, any resolution? Proposed as answer by Rockymountaingeo Friday, June 10, 3: Office Professional – Odbx growing small businesses who want classic Office apps plus Outlook, Publisher, and Access installed on one PC for use at work. Odbc accdb Microsoft Office