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Merging 2 Access databases

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If I wanted to merge 2 sample databases that are from the same Access
version, such as an events management and a scheduling database, is
this possible? And if so, can anyone give me directions or give me a
page that has the directions?

Jul 9 '06 #1
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FYI, the databases are sample databases so the data in them is not
really valid. I only want to avoid creating the structure and tables
from one database into the other, if possible.?? Any help??
abprules wrote:
If I wanted to merge 2 sample databases that are from the same Access
version, such as an events management and a scheduling database, is
this possible? And if so, can anyone give me directions or give me a
page that has the directions?
Jul 9 '06 #2

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Just import all the objects into one of them.
File-->Get External Data-->Import--->FileType = Access and away you go.
just select everything.

Jul 9 '06 #3

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<pi********@hotmail.comwrote
Just import all the objects into one of them.
File-->Get External Data-->Import--->FileType = Access
and away you go. just select everything.
I'd suggest importing all the objects from one of them into a _copy_ of the
other, to leave the originals intact... just in case.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP
Jul 9 '06 #4

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