outlook 2003 with BCM does not put BCM on Outlook Menu bar


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My ultimate goal was to install MS Office Accounting Professional 2007 with
Office 2003 Professional integrating BCM to Outlook 2003 against the Office
Accounting database.

I Installed in this order:
Office Accounting Pro 2007
Office Professional 2003
Outlook 2003 with Business Contact Manager

Everything installed wtihout an error but I was not prompted for a database
to attach.. BCM shows up in Add/Remove Programs and there is a BCM program
group with two entries for help and a tour. From what I have read on the
support site there should be a "enable BCM" entry as well. I even tried
unistalling and re-installing "Outlook 2003 with Business Contact Manager".

I would appreciate any help.

Thanks!
 
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Ron Guthrie

My ultimate goal was to install MS Office Accounting Professional 2007 with
Office 2003 Professional integrating BCM to Outlook 2003 against the Office
Accounting database.

I Installed in this order:
Office Accounting Pro 2007
Office Professional 2003
Outlook 2003 with Business Contact Manager

Everything installed wtihout an error but I was not prompted for a database
to attach.. BCM shows up in Add/Remove Programs and there is a BCM program
group with two entries for help and a tour. From what I have read on the
support site there should be a "enable BCM" entry as well. I even tried
unistalling and re-installing "Outlook 2003 with Business Contact Manager".

I would appreciate any help.

Thanks!

Open outlook > goto help menu on tool bar > check for disabled items
BCM my be disabled
 
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I am not sure I understand exactly what your issue is. If you are saying
that you have an earlier database but BCM is not seeing it then:

left click "Business Contact Manager" on main tool bar
then "database tools"
then "select or create database"
then under "select an existing database" navigate to database location
 

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