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Update files in a MSI file

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I have a packaged Access database (by the developers tool kit), I need to update only the database file. I found the msi file with the file I need to upgrade.  Is there I Microsoft tool to update this MSI the same way as a ZIP or RAR file.

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And how do you use it for this function?
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This looks like a good product!  I am still tring to learn how to use it.  How do you "open" a MSI file and add and delete the contents.

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It looks like a good product but I still can't figure out how to use it.  I may ask how use it in another question.  
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i think i answered the question
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