mySQL and MS Access

coreybryant
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I have a blog that is about six years old - uses ASP / MS Access.  I played around with DotNetNuke and I was not satisified with it.

I have never used PHP or been on a *NIX server.  Currently, I have hired a programmer to help create a community website with WordPress and the plugins.

I know phpMyAdmin will come with it - but I never have used it.  Is there a utility out there that will allow me to import the information from mysql to MS Access (if so, can you give me the links / utility name)?  

Or will phpMyAdmin export the data properly so I can import it into MS Access Professional Plus 2010?

Thank you!
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OK thanks...  Just to confirm - when you say connect, does this mean I still need the MS Access Database?
If you like to connect anything - you should have both sides of connection. One is  MySQL, second - Access. You can have no tables (only system tables) in Access - only links to MySQL, but it depends on your task.

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