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Access SQL Get column data types

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What SQL query would I use to get the column names and data types of all the tables
in an Access database?

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I have an add-in that does this, for both tables and queries.  It is the Extras Plus add-in, a free download from my Website at this link:

http://www.helenfeddema.com/Files/code20.zip

Here is a screen shot of the Table Fields report:

Table Fields report
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The add-in works with all Access versions from 2003 through 2010 (not yet tested in 2013).
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by:murbro
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Thanks but I really just want the SQL statement
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thanks
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