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However, if all you're looking is to convert the Access database into the dBase
format, I think you can do an export from the Access program. dBase should
be one of the export options.
I create a macro in Access using TransferText action. Then in my vb I
do the following:
Set access = GetObject(gaPath) ' The database that contains the
access.DoCmd.runmacro "GET NEW APGRAW DATA" 'the name of the macro I
Set access = Nothing
Hope this helps.
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