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Opening Sharepoint file with Access

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I'm trying to open my SharePoint Services 3.0 list with access. I've been able to do it previously. Now I'm getting the error "Export to database failed. To export a list you must have a Windows SharePoint Services-compatible application.  I am able to export to Excel. I need to be able to work in Access and have it saving to the SharePoint site.
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Follow the link below and you may go directly to Import Data topic.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-001/access-help/import-from-or-link-to-a-sharepoint-list-HA001230313.aspx


Sincerely,

Ed
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