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ALTER Table thro SQL query in MS-ACCESS.

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Hello Experts,

Is it possible to ALTER A TABLE COLUMN's datatype or size present in MS-ACCESS data base with SQL query. I'm using MS access 2002 (version 10.2616.3311).

If its possible pls give me some samples or website link.,

Arnee
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Hi,

Both links contains sample qry for ADD and DROP columns from ACCESS table. Is there any sample qrys available to MODIFY the column datatype or field length.

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Hi,

Thanks I got the right help,

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Hi Arnee,

Where did you go to find the info?
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