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Restriction on import of forms and tables in msaccess

Please tell me that Can i restrict the tables, forms etc to be imported in any ms access file from my file. how???
please also tell me from where i can download the ms access only free, which is a single setup file which can install only ms access. Thanks - Chetan

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