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Append records from Access table to Sql Server table

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I am trying to create an Append query in Access to append all of the records in my access table to a Sql Server table. I have the Sql Server table linked to the Access database.  Your help is appreciated.

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>I have the Sql Server table linked to the Access database.
>append all of the records in my access table to a Sql Server table.

Should be a sinple as creating an insert table, select your local Access table, click on the Append button and select the linked SQL Server table, then one-by-one click on the columns and make sure they are mapped correctly in the 'Append To...' row.   Then execute.

The SQL will go something like this

INSERT INTO LinkedSQLTable (Column1, Column2, Column3, ColumnN) 
SELECT Column1, Column2, Column3, ColumnN
FROM LocalAccess table. 

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Thanks Jim.
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