"Neil A Mogensen" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Yes, I do use a database built up from Access. I set up a "quick entry" screen for adding data drawn from R&I's or
>CheckLists. Some of the pedigrees or descriptions exceed the 256-character limits of the fields, so I have two fields to
>allow recording data that exceeds the 256 limit that get glued together in any printout via MS Word "MailMerge"--which I use
>to create a file or a printable version of my "on hand" list.
>As to moving data to a modified version, yes I've done it but for the moment don't remember how. I just remember it is
>possible with Access.
>Neil Mogensen z 7 western NC
There should be an "Import From" button somewhere. Try the files button, it should be a submenu of this. This will say what
forms of data can be imported. Then export from the other dbase in a form that can be imported into the dbase you are using.
Chuck Chapman, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Zone 4/5
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