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how to create an index in a table

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I use msaccess 97 and also msaccess 2013. I would program in a vba procedure 2 things:
first do a test if the table has the specefic index I would use.
In case no I would create in the procedure the needed index file.
How I progrfam that in vba?
May 21 '14 #1
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Welcome to Please keep in mind that the better job you do asking your questions the better responses you can get. You have asked a very general question and reference two very different versions of Access. Not a lot of folks here use '97 anymore but there are quite a few that used to so maybe you can get some good feedback about that version.

Here are some links to help you with 2013. They refer to the sample Access db, Northwind.mdb. You'll find that under the Help section of your Access program.

There's a lot of good examples in the sample DB. Study that and ask here for help with specific problems.

May 21 '14 #2

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