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Is there a way to read, link or import data from an MS Access 2010 accdb file to an MS Access 2000 mdb file?

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If you open the MDB within the A2010 enviroment, then you s/b able to do it.

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DatabaseMX,
No Access 2010 available here, only Access 2000 !
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Then I don't see a way, because Office 2000 (Access 2000) is not going to recognize the ACCDB format ...

Should not be hard to find someone with A2010 to do this for you :-)

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I was hoping on doing it all the time without purchase orders etc. etc. etc., but sometimes 12 year old stuff has to be replaced!
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