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I see alot of posts on this subject. I am getting this error. I have
found that the error happens when the database gets close to or over 2
gig in size. My problem is I start the database at 200mb and after
running a sales report the database is going over 2 gig. Is there any
work around for this? I am running Access 2002 and I am wondering if it
still will happen with the newer version of Access. Any Ideas???

Jan 15 '07 #1
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Yes. Access has a 1 gig file size limit (2 gigs if you can't unicode -
but 1 gig of usable data - that isn't going to change). If your file
will be exceeding 1 gig - you need to step up to sql server.

Rich

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