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Default Difference btw. Access 2000, 2003, 2007

I am using classic ASP to read/write/query various Access 2000 .mdb files on web sites. Does anyone know if there would be a big advantage for me to upgrade the .mdb files to those created with Access 2003 or Access 2007? Also, would ASP .NET show a much better performance?

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