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Bulk Converting Access 97 to Access 2000

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Hi,

My organisation is using Access 97 and going to replace it with access
2000. Users have n number mdb files created in 97. After installation
of Access 2000 I need to conver ALL the mdbs to 97.

Is there any so that this process will take minimum amount of time?
Thanks in Advance
Rohit

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As far as I know, there is nothing to help you with that. You will have to
convert them one at a time. Been there, done that!

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Hi,

My organisation is using Access 97 and going to replace it with access
2000. Users have n number mdb files created in 97. After installation
of Access 2000 I need to conver ALL the mdbs to 97.

Is there any so that this process will take minimum amount of time?
Thanks in Advance
Rohit

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Nov 13 '05 #2

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That hardly makes sense, since Access 2000 is already off support as well.

There's a utility to help convert from Access 97 to Access 2003 download
from the Microsoft site.

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Hi,

My organisation is using Access 97 and going to replace it with access
2000. Users have n number mdb files created in 97. After installation
of Access 2000 I need to conver ALL the mdbs to 97.

Is there any so that this process will take minimum amount of time?
Thanks in Advance
Rohit

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