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MS 2010, list of extentions

Posted on 2013-07-01
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Experts,

I just upgraded to 2010 today.
I wanted reimport all objects into a new 2010 file.
I thought I would have an extention something like "2010" as I do for 2007.
Should i have this?  
Please see pic

thanks.

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Question by:pdvsa
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by:pdvsa
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in the pic, there is not a 2010 option.
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The format is ACCDB - which started in A2007. So, that's why it shows only A2007.
Use that.
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform) earned 350 total points
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IE ... the formats in A2007, A2010 and A2013 are identical ... and the extension is ACCDB.

mx
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by:pdvsa
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Ok.  Thank you
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