How do i use the Foreach Enumerator to loop through 10 Access .mdb files in a folder in SSIS

How do i use the  Foreach Enumerator to loop through 10 Access .mdb files in a folder in SSIS.
All that i have seen in on Text files and Excel files.
I need for Microsoft Access mdb files.
A picture/snap short view of the procedure would be appreciated
Onyeka_AdibeliAsked:
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PedroCGDCommented:
Is the same as text files... the chane is the source..
take a look on here
http://biresort.net/blogs/pedrocgd/archive/2009/05/14/stepbystep-ssis-moving-huge-amount-of-files.aspx
helped?
regards,
www.pedrocgd.blogspot.com
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carsRSTCommented:

1.  Double click foreach loop container
2.  In collection area, set Enumerator to "Foreach File Enumerator"
3.  Set "Folder:" to where ever you want to scan
4.  Under "Files:" set the box to "*.mdb"
5.  Variable mappings just set your "Variable" to the pre-defined variable and the index to 0.
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