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Upgrading Access DB from 2003 to 2007 that has Linked Tables

I have several Access DBs that we'd like to upgrade from the 2003 version to 2007.  However, the Access DBs are linked to other's DBs as a linked table.

Is there a way to convert these DBs without breaking the linked tables as the file format for Access 2003 is .mdb and for Access 2007 it is .accdb?
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Unfortunately, there is no easy way of managing the change in version of Access.  We have situations for both solutions (Access DBs with no front-end/back-end components and neither).  Thanks for the assistance.
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