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Access data in rapidfile-database

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Hi,
I need to access data that is stored in a RapidFile database. Actual I need to export data to what-ever-database (at the end to a dBase III database). I have tryed to use MS Access 7.0 but it did not recognize dataformat.

What program can I use? I'm more interested to use a shareware, freeware or something becouse it's just for one-time use.

Thank you!
Riverman
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I think the way to do it is, export the data from Rapidfile and
then import in Acess. The rapidfile is not a widely used format,
so export the data to a format that can be read by Acess, eg.
the .CSV (comma seperated values)


Some years ago I used Rapidfile and I mean there is a export
function.
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Unfortunately, I don't have access to a RapidFile application. So I still got the problem...

Thanks anyway...
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