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Recreating Design Master question

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Using A2K. Last year, a design master for a customer was developed and
placed it in their folder on the network which I do not have rights to.
I found a replica on my PC that I would like to convert to a design
master so that I can make changes to the tables per the customer's
request. If I choose Tools..Replication..Recover Design Master, it
recognizes that the design master is in the customer's folder. Access
Help says I should sync first then do the recover but I don't want to
affect the customer's master in any way. Should I go ahead with the
recover or is there something else I need to do?

Can I just copy the design master from the customer's folder and make
changes to the copy, then copy it back to the customer's folder?

After it's been recovered (or recreated) and the requested changes
made, then do I create what replica's are needed, then copy the new
design master back to their folder?

Thanks for any help or advice.

Nov 13 '05 #1
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