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Access 97
From Access 2.0 you could click File, Import and import tables, queries, forms, reports, macros & modules from other databases. I don't see that facility in Access 97. Was it dropped? On Mon, 28 Jun 2004 16:54:32 -0400, MLH wrote: > From Access 2.0 you could click File, Import > and import tables, queries, forms, reports, > macros & modules from other databases. > > I don't see that facility in Access 97. Was it > dropped? File + Get External Data + Import -- Fred Please only reply to this newsgroup. I do not reply to personal email. Thanks, Fred ...

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