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Access: open 2010 database in 2007

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I have a database that I built in Access 2010 and need to get the VBA code from it.
I now only have Access 2007 and want to either open the database in 2007 or find a way to extract the VBA code
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by:MacroShadow
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You can open it in 2007.
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I get "Unrecognized database format"
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If you install Sp2 you will be able 2010 files.
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by:murbro
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Do I need to download Office 2007 SP3
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No, sp2 provides the functionality you need, but it can't hurt.
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Thanks very much for the advice
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