"Record is deleted" error

I have a replicated database that I need to make design changes to.  I've opened a new, blank database and want to import the objects from the design master so I can redesign and test changes but one table, the main table for the database, keeps giving me a "Record is deleted" error.  I've tried exporting to Excel with the same results.  I can export the table defnitions only from the original design master but I'd like to get the data as well.

Any ideas would be appreciated!
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have you tried linking to the table and then running a make table query from the linked table?

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bhilerAuthor Commented:
Nope.....didn't think of that one!

Thanks so much!
bhilerAuthor Commented:
Got busy at work this afternoon.....any idea why I would be getting that error?
This is what Microsoft says: This behavior can occur if either the object or the database is damaged. Damage can occur, for example, if two users try to modify the same record in a table, and then one of them forces Access to close by shutting down the computer.

I've had the same problem, and when i open the table, it actually shows #DELETED in each field for that particular record.

A compact & repair worked for me.
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