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Access Data Project Query (Access 2002)

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I have created an ADP connected to a SQL Server database. When I configured
the connection to the db originally, all tables in the db came thru as
linked tables in the ADP. However when I now link up to tables that have
been created since, the links come thru as queries/views. This means I have
some table connections and some query connectionswhich is messy. I would
like to get all of my table links into the same format. What is preferable,
a table connection or view, and if table is there a way I can set these
connections without having to set up a new ADP?
Nov 13 '05 #1
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