Export MS Access 2010 tables to MS SQL Server 2008 R2

Posted on 2014-09-27
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Could you direct me to a reference that describes how to do this?

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Microsft actually hosts a comprehensive get-started:

Move Access data to a SQL Server database by using the Upsizing Wizard

It's for A2007 but only little has changed to A2010.


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You are welcome!


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