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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Converting from a Previous Version of Access

Access 2010 (version 14 of Access) can work with the data and tables in a database file created by Access version 2, version 7 (Access for Windows 95), version 8 (Access 97), version 9 (Access 2000), version 10 (Access 2002), version 11 (Access 2003), and version 12 (Access 2007). For version 2, you can only import the tables and queries in the old database into a new database that you create using Access 2010. Depending on the complexity of the application, you might be able to open and run a version 7 or version 8 database application with version 14, but you won’t be able to modify any of the objects in the database. You can open a version 9, version 10, version 11, or version 12 database with version ...

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