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How to convert accde to accd

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How can I conver a accde file to an accd file?
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There are tools on the internet to do this, be we cannot specifically recommend tools due to security reasons.

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In general  the answer is NO. You need to use the source .accdb that was used to create  the .accde. if you want o make any changes or view the source.

In the rare event that you have managed to lose your source .accdb, like you lost your backup, then  
there is a service that can do it. Before they will do it they do require you to provide some proof of ownership for the database.
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