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

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Working with the Recycle Bin

One of the great advantages to having your data stored in an Access Services site is the site Recycle Bin. In most cases, if you delete something in an Access client database, it is deleted permanently. If you delete one record (or a thousand) by mistake and then close the database, those records are lost. In some situations, it is possible to retrieve deleted client database elements using professional recovery services, but retrieval is not always guaranteed, and those services can be costly. If you’re fortunate, you might have a backup of your database that you can use to restore deleted records, but you still might lose some very important data, depending upon when you made the last backup.

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