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Hi Experts,

Anybody know if Access 2003 has a way of creating a full text index that can be queried against?  Not the field like '%blah%'  syntax but a ranking type system that you see in MS SQL Server, MySQL, or PostgreSQL.

If it does have a full text index system, can you point me at a how to or some documentation about it?

Thanks,
Pete
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Hi Pete

As far as I know full-text search is a new feature in Access 2007 and I don't expect that there are any plans to retrofit it to Access 2003.

Regards
  Kelvin
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