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MS Access database recovery

Have you tried creating a NEW MDB, and then IMPORTING the objects from the Crashed/Corrupted MDB?

This will SOMETIMES serve to rescue most if not all of the corrupted entities .

You can try:
eRepair Access is a powerful Access database recovery solution for damaged *.mdb and *.accdb files created in Access 2000 and above. Having such a tool at hand immediately after a database file corruption incident may save you a great deal of time, nerve and, of course, an ample amount of money that would otherwise be paid to third-party recovery services. With eRepair Access, you don't need to depend on anyone and entrust your Access data (often quite sensitive) into somebody else's hands. You don't have to wait. You don't have to call it a day knowing that the damaged Access file will not be restored (if at all) until tomorrow. With eRepair Access, you can be back in the game within minutes!

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I have MS office installed on my PC but somehow have lost MS Access. How to reload MS Access ?

First, verify that you have the correct version of Microsoft Office. Microsoft Access was only included in the Professional version of Microsoft Office 2003.
Second, Microsoft Access is probably still on your computer, but you no longer have a shortcut to it. You can create one by following these instructions:
  1. Open a file browser by navigating to Start>Computer (Start>My Computer on XP)
  2. Navigate to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 11\
    (C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office 11\ on x64 systems)
  3. In this folder is a file called MSACCESS.exe. This is Microsoft Access.
  4. Right-click on the file.
  5. Hover/click on the "Send To" option.
  6. Click on the "Desktop (Create Shortcut)" option.
  7. You now have a shortcut to Access on your desktop.

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I want to learn that how can i connect my HTML page with my DATABASE created in MS ACCESS so that i can fill my table in HTML page directly-

1. You can use Pages option in MS Access. The page in MS Access is the web page in MS Access which allows you to access database in MS Access database.

2. You can use MS Office Front Page application and use the Form builder and connect your database in that.

3. You can also use Google Apps Business Solution for this however the database will not remain in MS Access but will remain in Docs online.

4. You can use .net application developer for this as well but needs expertise in that.

Mar 09, 2010 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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How should i connect html page to MS Access

You have to create adodb.connection to connect the ms acesss database to web page

Jan 20, 2009 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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How to create a program using ms access?

you need to study the basics of database programming. take short courses for database programming.

Dec 04, 2008 | Microsoft Access 2002 for PC

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How to create database in

you can create static data base in Excel works heet and link each cell to another sheet.
or you can create a dynamic data base in access. you need a MS access book. there are lots link you need to understand in order to have a working data base.

Nov 28, 2008 | Microsoft Business & Productivity Software

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Connectivity between HTML page and Ms-Access

Set MyConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
MdbFilePath = Server.MapPath("sample.mdb")
MyConn.Open "Driver={Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)}; DBQ=" & MdbFilePath & ";"
SQL_query = "SELECT * FROM Friends"
Set RS = MyConn.Execute(SQL_query)
<LI><%=RS("Name")%>: <A HREF="<%=RS("Link")%>">Homepage</A>

Nov 11, 2008 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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Help MS Access 2007

There are several books out there. Take a look at and you will see several solutions. most of the books are very informative and will help you get started.

Jun 29, 2008 | Microsoft Office Access 2003 (077-02871)...

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Ms access

Stored Procedures don't exist in MS Access. You do have the following options though. Queries, which are just select or action queries. VB Code, which you can write using Query Objects as if you were writing a Visual Basic application. These can be Functions or Subroutines. In these, you would use the standard programming techniques with while and for loops, etc.

You can create complex situations combining the two of these. A function in the VB code area can accept through parameters, the single values (line by line, record by record) in a query and act on them and manipulate the values.

For example: create a query that does a select phone from address. Create a function in vb called public function StripDashesInPhone(Phone as string) which then uses VB coding to strip dashes from each phone value passed in. To make it all work, in the query on one of the field columns put "NewPhone: StripDashesInPhone([Phone])" and for every record processed in the query, the function is called with the [Phone] field value passed in to the function and the action is processed and returned.

Other than writing a function that is activated by a form button click, which opens the current db and opens a table and process it, just like in VB, this is about as close to cursors and oracle procedures as you get.

I wish it was more, but ...

Oct 09, 2007 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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I want to create tables in ms access

because access is such a complicated programme, to reply to your question would take an age, so go to the site below for help on how to use it.

Aug 25, 2007 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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