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Importing a Table into an Access Database within visual basic 2005

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Is it possible to import (or export) a new Table into an Access Database within visual basic 2005.?
For example, my program has a database (password protected) composed of numerous Tables.  Each table represents an item.  If someone sends me a new table would I be able to import this table into the already established Access database using a VB.net program.

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...You may have to load the MS Access Object Library in your .net references to get this to work...

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Thank you.
I am still not sure how I would transfer a single table from one database to another using visual basic.

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