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how many records a table in microsoft access can hold
Oct 11 '06 #1
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how many records a table in microsoft access can hold
I think that is in the online help - try searching for "limits" or "limitations".
Oct 11 '06 #2

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The number of records is irrelevant. It is the file size that counts. access 2000 or better has a file size limit of 2 gig. If you think that you are goiing to reach this limit, I would think about splitting your DB into a front and back end.
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