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BOOK: Beginning InfoPath 2003
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Default InfoPath and Microsoft Access datatypes

I'm using microsoft access as a backend. My infopath form has a
notes field which takes data that is more then 255 characters in
length. How to I submit this to access. Infopath does not use
long data types so I cannot use the "memo" datatype in access or
the "text" datatype which only takes up to 255 characters.

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