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DBase size limitation in MS Access ?

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Is there a Dbase size limitation in MS Access? What is the limit ? I am importing a 5Gb or more database (.dat) into MS Access.

Kindly advise, Thanks.

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The file size limit is 1G, but you can have many databases.
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