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Upsizing an Access 32 bit backend database to SQL server 2014 64 bit

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Hello All

I have an Access program that I created with Access 2013 32 bit.  I split the database into a front end and back end.  I wanted to move the backend onto an SQL server (or upsize it if you will).  When I try I get an error.  I am sure it has to do with the SQL server being 64 bit and the database being 32.

Is there anything I can do to convert the backend tables to 64 bit?

Thank you all!
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