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Import Database - No tables

Hi,

Am importing excel and access files using the Import Wizard into the 'Data Centre' of Synercard Asure ID Enterprise. Have done it many times before, no problems.

Step 3 is "select table" with information. Every way I've tried it, no table shows up in the selection window. I cannot select anything so cannot move to the next step.

Have tried changing formats and location of files and tried restarting computer.

Thanks for your help!

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Your table may be open in another application. Try closing the database or file, and then try to the import process again.

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