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is there a way to open a secure database? i have one that came with an .mdb and .lbd extentions.
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Well the .lbd is there when you open an access database and then when you close it the .lbd should go away if you copyed it from somewhere else then you can delete the .lbd and it should open fine.  However if this is a secure database.... hmmm there is a way to get the data just not sure if it should be posted for the public...

If what I already has not helped then I will post it.
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nathans, i'll surely appreciate you posting the answer.
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hi nathans,
i copied the database and could open it under an another name. i couldn't could get rid of the .ldb one !
i would have liked to see your answer though. since i don't have many points....
thanks any way
mimi
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