My knowledge of working with ODBC stuff probably isn't even up to yours (I just haven't had to use it much - blind luck really), but I went exploring a bit and it looks like you might have some success with the OLEDB Data Link Wizard. Your client's driver will likely be listed in the dialog box; it looks like the kind of stuff that Monarch extracts from the Windows registry. If so, select it and click the Next button and step through the wizard as necessary.
Thanks for the prompt response, sorry it took me so long to get back to you. Unfortunately, the Data Source does not show up there either. I think it has to do with the type of Data Source - I see only the User Data Sources. I may need to call the vendor of the ODBC client for assistance.
Again, thanks for the response.
I don't know whether this will help, I had a similar problem when our IT changed over SQL databases and I had to go into Monarch and select Open Database, from there Browse to OLEDB Connection then use the Wizard to get through to the database and let Monarch set up its own connection. That works no problem.