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Converting Paradox to Access

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I am trying to convert a paradox db to access 97? I also need to know if it makes a difference whether the files are flat or not.
I have found information on how to do the vice versa but not on converting to Access 97.  
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A. Install built-in database drivers

1 Rerun the Setup program, and then click Add/Remove.
How?
2 Select Data Access And ActiveX Controls, and then click Change Option.
3 Select Database Drivers, and then click Change Option.
4 Select the drivers you want to install, and then click OK twice.
5 Click Continue, and follow the instructions in the remaining Setup dialog boxes.

Note   The Lotus 1-2-3, Paradox, and Microsoft Exchange/Outlook drivers are not included in Setup, but they are available through the Office 97 ValuPack.
B. Search for help on paradox the turtorial is thuroght and it
even teaches how to troubleshoot certain problems.
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