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Access 2003 corrupting my .adp files

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I have a database in a .adp file. If I work on it using Access 2003
it will crash when I am changing a form or report. If I go to a
backup and recreate the same series of changes it will crash
everytime. If I do those same changes in Acess 2007 it's fine.

When I go back to open the file it is corrupted and unusable. If I
work on it in Access 2007 it's fine.

It first started doing this after I had installed Access 2007. I had
mistakenly thought it was because I had two versions of Access
installed on my computer. Well that isn't the case because I just
tried working on the file on a computer that never had Access 2007
installed and it did the same thing.

Anyone else experiencing this problem? Both machines have Access 2003
SP2

Jul 21 '07 #1
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Baz
If you are going back to the same backup every time maybe the file was
already corrupted when you took the backup. Try creating a new ADP file and
importing all the objects into it from the backup copy.

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I have a database in a .adp file. If I work on it using Access 2003
it will crash when I am changing a form or report. If I go to a
backup and recreate the same series of changes it will crash
everytime. If I do those same changes in Acess 2007 it's fine.

When I go back to open the file it is corrupted and unusable. If I
work on it in Access 2007 it's fine.

It first started doing this after I had installed Access 2007. I had
mistakenly thought it was because I had two versions of Access
installed on my computer. Well that isn't the case because I just
tried working on the file on a computer that never had Access 2007
installed and it did the same thing.

Anyone else experiencing this problem? Both machines have Access 2003
SP2

Jul 22 '07 #2

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