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where Microsoft access 2013 stored all saved import names

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hi

i want to make a list on a form in Microsoft access 2013 with the all saved imports names, but i don't want to make a manually a list, it's there some way to with vba code the list of all import names

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by:Rey Obrero
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look in
External Data > Saved Imports
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by:bill201
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thanks

i know it, but i want to know if it's store on a table or it's possible to get the list of import names with vba
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Sub getSIE()
Dim j As Integer
For j = 0 To CurrentProject.ImportExportSpecifications.Count - 1

Debug.Print Application.CurrentProject.ImportExportSpecifications.Item(j).Name
Next
End Sub
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by:bill201
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thanks a lot
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