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Can I join an Access 2.0 system.mda file from Access 97, to make it easier to import forms and other objects from my old Access 2.0 apps?

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MLH
The arduous job of importing Access 2.0 objects is
complicated by the fact that I have some of the apps
secured. I know I can UNSECURE chosen apps and
circumvent this issue using the old CopyObject security
loophole. But sometimes I need to just pull in a couple
of forms and some modules w/o the hassel. Can I join
an Access 2.0 system database from Access 97?
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Tip: A better Title for this thread:
A97: Join Access 2.0 system.mda ?

I simply can't read and don't like these 'far too long' titles.
You are doing this more and more ?? Why ??

Now to your question:
You can use (and thus join) Access 2.0 system databases AFTER converting them.

Arno R
"MLH" <CR**@NorthState.net> schreef in bericht news:3f********************************@4ax.com...
The arduous job of importing Access 2.0 objects is
complicated by the fact that I have some of the apps
secured. I know I can UNSECURE chosen apps and
circumvent this issue using the old CopyObject security
loophole. But sometimes I need to just pull in a couple
of forms and some modules w/o the hassel. Can I join
an Access 2.0 system database from Access 97?

Nov 13 '05 #2

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MLH
I should-a-thought of that.
You are right, short subject = better.
Nov 13 '05 #3

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