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Mac FileMaker(v.3) to MS Access (Win95/NT)

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I have a file from Mac FileMaker database. How can I convert it to Microsoft ACCESS file format?

Many thanks for your help. My email is: "y.xue@bris.ac.uk".
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paulvaneykelen earned 100 total points
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You can not actually convert it. You can only import the data from the FM DB to the Access format. Why don't you use FM Pro on the PC?
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Because the end user uses Access, I have to convert the FM DB file to Access format.
I can use text file format to transfer the data from FMDB to Access format. Any better ideas, such as software or packages to do that straight way? Many thanks.
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