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How can I Creat Or Modify Microsoft Access Workgroup Information (*.MDW) File.
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Thanks,
This link is create Workgrop file. But How can I Modify secured Database.

I have One Temp.Mdf Database and one OneSystem.MDW File. Now How can I Modify this Secured temp.Mdf file ?
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