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Old June 16th, 2003, 01:34 PM
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Is there a way to compile data from 2 or more .mdb's into 1. For instance, if a small database was created and then copied and the same db used by 2 different people. When they are done compiling data, can you make these two file into one since they are the exact same except for data. Thanks in advance.

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I'm sure there's many different ways you could do it using JRO,ADO,DAO or any number of other kinds of fancy methods - but the easiest way would be to just use append queries to append the data from one file to the other

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