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Can anyone help.

I am working with dreamweaver asp/vbscript connecting to an access database. I am currently restricted to 250 characters in access. Does anyone know of a way around this ie. increasing the characters to say 1000 or more?

Thank GB
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If you are talking about the Field size in the MS Access database, then the answer is chage the field type from text to MEMO.
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