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"Search Key was not found in any record" Excel or TXT import to MS Access2007

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I receive the error "Search Key was not found in any record" when I try to import records to create a new Access table. I am using Access 2007.  I have tried compacting and repairing the database.  I have tried cutting the data from the Excel file and pasting to a new spreadsheet.  I have created a .txt  file and tried to import also with no luck.

Is there anything in the file that could cause this problem?  Thanks.
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by:Torrwin
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I would try a couple of things here:

1) Try importing the file into a new (blank) database.
2) Create the table manually, and then try importing the data into the existing table.
3) Try one of the solutions mentioned here: http://www.utteraccess.com/forums/showflat.php?Board=83&Number=249362
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peter57r earned 2000 total points
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Check that you do not have leading spaces in any column headings in Excel.

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by:thutchinson
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Thanks, guys.  These are good suggestions.  I'll try them and let you know.
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by:thutchinson
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How cool is that!  Removed some leading spaces in the header and presto.  THANKYOU so much!

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