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Old April 23rd, 2004, 08:28 AM
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Can anyone tell me If I can save an Access2000 MDB, as Access97 MDB, like what EXCEL and WORD provides. If so how do I do that?

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open your file then goto file menu and from there choose export and from there you convert it to any version that you like

PS: i am using a2002


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You mean to do this for every Table? Even then, Only find options there other than Access97(EXCEL4.0,5.0, ASP, DBF, etc...)

The Export Menu option doesn't get enable unless you select any table from there.

I have tried all there, but found no clue close to that. Let me wait and see if anyone can give me some hope

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I found that. Thank you all for your time.

Go to
TOOLS >> DATABASE UTILITIES >> CONVERT DATABAST >> TO PRIOR ACCESS DATABASE VERSION

This does what I wanted.

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look on this menu

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Sal,

I did find that there and converted already, and I could make changes in the DB as needed. I wanted this bcoz, I have Access97 in my home PC and it is kind of urgent that I can't get it installed and then proceed with work.

Will upgrade soon after this project.;)

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