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Move Access 97 file to SQL server

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Any one can tell me how to move an Access file to SQL server? Is any plug in to do that? I heard of the "Upsizing Wizard" in Access 97, but it is not working for me even I went through the documentation in Microsoft's page. Anyone can give me a step by step procedures for it?
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You can use the saveas/export function (manual) under the file menu or use the TransferDatabase to do (code) it. Use ODBC to create a DSN for the SQL.
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