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How to MakeTable to another database?

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Hello - I need to run MakeTable queries in a split-database front end that makes the tables in the back end.

I see the DestConnectStr/DB/Table properties in the Query Design property sheet, but where are these prop's if I want to set them in VBA, and run the query via a QueryDef .Execute?

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You can use this syntax:
Dim SQL As String
SQL = "SELECT * INTO [MS Access;Database=C:\Database.mdb].Table1 FROM Table1;"
CurrentDb.Execute SQL, dbFailOnError

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