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Hello,
Start, Programs, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office Access 2007. Click the Office Icon in the top left corner of the Access 2007 window. Click New, locate where it says "Blank Database". In the field labeled "File Name", type the name of your new database. To choose a folder on your computer to save the new database, click on the folder icon next to the "File Name" field, and select the folder, then click Ok. Then click "Create".
Please let me know if this helps or if you have any questions.
Thank You, Raphael

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