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Rows disappear when converting from Access 2007 to Access 2000

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Hi all,

I had a database with 3 tables (no queries) in an Access 2007 file.
I converted the file to Access 2000 format, as that is the only Access
format recognized by the SQL server we have here.
Some sql queries gave weird results, so I went back to the original

To my surprise, I noticed that the Access 2000 version of the file was
trimmed: one table had been "shrunk" from half a million records to
128,000 ! More than a third of the rows had simply vanished, yet no
error message was ever given!

Has this happened to you? Do you have any idea how to prevent it?


PS I would really love to sue evil uncle Bill :)
Mar 17 '08 #1
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