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Hi,

in Access, I know I can save the importing steps.  If I need to transfer this to other pc, how can I do it?  thx
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Which version of Access?
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I am using 2007, some are using 2003 thanks
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In the file you are importing to, Use the File>GetExternalData option in A2003 or the ExternalData>Access ribbon option in A2007 and choose the Access file you want to get the specs from.
Click the Options button on the dialog and check the Import/Export Specs .  Click OK to complete the import.
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thank you
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