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we have a Microsoft Access databases (Access version 2003) that we would like to convert into an Openoffice Base database or we would like to be able to open the Access database with Openoffice Base.  How can we achieve this?

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John
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Hi,

You might find a solution at this address: http://searchenterpriselinux.techtarget.com/tip/0,289483,sid39_gci1236205,00.html

It's very well explained there!


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Raisor
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Thanks for your response. It does not look straight forward but at leaste we have the information.

regards,

John
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