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Is it possible with an Access make table query to make the table in another Access database?

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Yes, when you select "Make table" query, there is option "Current Database" or "Another Database".
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Yes ... Example:


SELECT Table1.* INTO MyNewTable IN 'C:\aaEE2.mdb'
FROM Table1;


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Yes. Check this link. Go down to Convert the select query section, step 4, second bullet.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access-help/create-a-make-table-query-HA010108505.aspx
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thanks very much
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