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hi can anyone tell me how to edit an dsn (datasource connection in access)

i want to point to a new databases on same server
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A dsn is a file based odbc connection which you can edit by going to Control Panel -> Admin Tools -> Data Sources (ODBC) click the 'File DSN' tab browse to you dsn file and click the configure button.

Hope that helps
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go to control panel, Administrative Tools, Data Sources (ODBC)...

select the dsn name and then configure
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