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Windows 7: ADODB Command 6.0

13 Feb 2016   #1
ethel

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 
ADODB Command 6.0

Hello everyone. This is nothing important, just something I am curious about. I recently uninstalled Adobe
Acrobat DC, and Adobe Flash Player, and there are some keys under HKEY-CLASSES-ROOT I just want
to ask if they are Microsoft or Adobe. Have looked everywhere, and get different opinions.
ADODB Command 6.0
Connection 6.0
Error 6.0
Error Lookup 6.0
Parameter 6.0
Record 6.0
Record Set 6.0
Stream 6.0
ADOMD Catalog 6.0
Cellset 6.0
ADOR Recordset 6.0
ADOX Catalog 6.0
Column 6.0
Group 6.0
Index 6.0
Key 6.0
Table 6.0
User 6.0
AccClientDocMgr.Acc
Acro Exchange

Windows 7 home premium 64 bit.


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