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How to save a template structure into another database?

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I have downloaded a Microsoft template .mdb for Access 2003. What I want to
do is now save another copy of the template so that I can manipulate the
structure to match my setup. Unfortunately, the SAVE AS is disabled. So how
do I save a template database?

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Sep 9 '08 #1
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Hoardling1 via AccessMonster.com wrote:
I have downloaded a Microsoft template .mdb for Access 2003. What I want to
do is now save another copy of the template so that I can manipulate the
structure to match my setup. Unfortunately, the SAVE AS is disabled. So how
do I save a template database?
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Close the database.
Open Windows Explorer and navigate to the folder that holds the template
file.
Highlight the file.
Copy it (Control-C).
Past it (Control-V).

You'll get something like this as the copied file:

Copy of TemplateFileName.mdb

Rename it to whatever you like.
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