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ODBC connection to ACCESS 2010  how to create with WINDOWS 7

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Hi
I need to create an ODBC connection to ACCESS MS 2010 Database
but I don't know how to process?
Can some one help myself please?


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You can do this within Access.

Go to the External data ribbon,  Click ODBC database button and follow the prompts.

To create from windows depends if you are using 32 or 64 bit windows.

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Thanks a lot!
Best Regards David
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