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I have a DB that was made into a Design Master to perform Replication.  However, I want to be able to change the design master back into a normal non-replicating database, because the synchronization conflicts dialog box doesn't work for me.
Thank you in advance.
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(the TSI one is for A2K*)
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Thanks Sid Fishes link is for Access 97 and I have 2000 and the TSI Addin doesn't work properly.
I resolved the issue by creating a new db with the same tables then imported the Design Master Tables back into the regular database and it worked.
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