There does in fact appear to be an Access 2002 Runtime; an update for it is available here, for instance: http://www.microsoft.com/office/ork/xp/journ/art1001.htm. If you are thinking about using Access 97 databases with the Access 2002 runtime, the database can be converted to Access 2002 and still preserve all of its original functionality.
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