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Access 2010 Query is Returning "Record is Deleted"

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I have tried to compact the DB, create a new DB and important all the tables into the new DB, but still getting this error


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by:crystal (strive4peace) - Microsoft MVP, Access
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if the database is on a network drive, move it to a local drive to compact/repair
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So copy it from the Network drive to a standalone, Compact and repair, and copy it back to the network drive?
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At what point during the create and import do you get the error message?  Can you identify the table with the problem?

Create a new database WITHOUT the table in question.  Export the old table to a csv file and then import from the csv file.  

If nothing else works, restore your last backup.
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yes -- and I would suggest doing it 3 times. Be sure to back it up before C/R.
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