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Maximum size for exporting a table

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Is there a maximum size of the table that can be exported from Access to a text file? I have a table with a length of 519. After exported the table to text, the content seems to be truncated. Can someone provide me a suggestion?
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Nov 30 '11 #1
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NeoPa
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I assume you mean the length of a record in the table. How do you know what that is? That info wouldn't generally be available without some fairly involved calculations.

If you are referring to a single text field, then there are some scenarios where such data gets truncated. Memo fields are even more exposed to such truncations but it may help the question if we knew what it was. What are you actually dealing with?
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