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convert your files to supported format.... mp3.... use your mp3 player's software to export from pc to player to assure compatibility versus using your mp3 player as thumbdrive and drag-n-dropping files to it.
You will need to open the file using ADO and read the data into a recordset. Then loop through the rows and write them to a text file and use concatenation to format the rows in the text file as needed (CSV, tab delimited, whatever you need). Remember to add a vbCrLf after each row!
Your code does not save in access format it just makes a copy of existing file. You need to open table by table and export data using csv format.
It can be done using access OLE to export, or
write some VB code to access the database tables via ODBC and save row data to csv file
Why not use Word Automation? You instantiate an object with a reference to Application.Word, load your document, then use the built in functions to extract the text from the document and paste it into the MSP document.
first you should extract your zip file.for that right click on that file and you can see the option extract, just click it.it will take some time to extract the file.after that open the file by double click it.