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Hi

I just created an ODBC link to a SQL database and all of my bigint
columns are showing in Access as Text
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That's because Access and VBA don't support BigInt.
Either change that to Integer in SQL Server (=Long in VBA) or use a conversion to and from string.

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thanks very much
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You are welcome!

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