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does access suport unicode fields?

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Hello guys

Today I have a database in access 2003 but I am not sure if I can work with hebrew letter, if works with unicode.

I'd like to know about it.

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i've seen a db with arabic letters. so i suppose it will also work with hebrew letters.

see the sample db from here http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/MS_Access/Q_25203396.html
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