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MS Access to Oracle through Migration Workbench

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I want to migrate the database from MS Access to Oracle. I also want to know whether I am on the right track. I downloaded the Migration Workbench and installed the same on my system which is an NT M/c. I also installed the MS Access Plugin from the same site, I got the Migration Workbench executable. When I am opening the Workbench, it says that there is no MS Access ODBC Driver installed in my system and it cannot access the plugin without installing the ODBC Driver. I am already having a driver MS Access Driver 4.00.4403.02. But in the Migration Workbench Documentation, it says that MS Access ODBC Driver 4.00.4202.00 or greater. I want to know whether it is the same driver which I am having, or else, can u please give the exact URL where I can download the same. Also am I in on the right track?

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I think you in right direction
Just in case check your ODBC 'Tab Drivers' on ODBC (Control Panel-ODBC-Drivers)
and find any  Driver  Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)
In my PC version 3.51.171300  Name :ODBCJT32.DLL works fine as well
If this file exists go to Tab USER DSN and Click ADD
Highlight  one of   Driver  Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb) and follow on next step  
in first text box type name of your MS ACCESS database or any
and then Finish
In case this file does not exist go to microsoft.com and down load this file but maybe the latest version
Thanks
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