Microsoft KB Archive/165630
Article ID: 165630
Article Last Modified on 9/26/2003
- Microsoft Office 97 Developer Edition
This article was previously published under Q165630
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When you create a custom application using the Microsoft Office 97 Professional Edition Tools (ODE) Setup Wizard, some files are automatically copied to your disk images. These are considered to be the core files for your custom application. These files enable to run Microsoft Access on another computer without the retail version.
Any other files that are added to the disk images are added so that they can accompany all other options you select in the Setup Wizard.
For example, if you add the Microsoft Excel ISAM component to your custom application, the Setup Wizard will add the files needed for that component to your disk images.
This article lists the files that are automatically copied to your disk images and the additional files that are added when you add files to the Add Files page or you add components on the Redistributable components page of the Setup Wizard.
The following files are added automatically to the disk images created by the Setup Wizard program when you add the Microsoft Access run-time version and Workgroup Administrator components:
The files that follow are added to the disk images if you add a particular component to the Setup Wizard program.
Microsoft Excel ISAM
Text and HTML ISAM
Microsoft Graph 97 Run-Time Version Component
Replication Manager Component
ODBC Support with SQL Server
Microsoft Exchange and Outlook ISAM
NOTE: When you are including the ODBC or ISAM components in your custom application, you will also need to add the driver files for those components to the List Of Files box in the Setup Wizard. For more information about the driver files that you will need to add, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
163106 ODE97: ODBC Desktop Database Drivers Needed by ODE Setup Wizard
For information about the files that will be included when you add ActiveX control files to your custom setup program, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
163183 ODE97: Supporting Files for ActiveX Controls in ODE
For more information about files that cannot be redistributed in your run-time application, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
169813 OFF97: Not All Files Can Be Distributed Using Setup Wizard
For more information about the files that are included by the ODE Setup Wizard, search the ODE Help Index for "adding files to Setup Wizard."
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