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Microsoft Access... | Answered on Nov 19, 2019


First one apply short guide, second make use of http://www.mdb.openfiletool.com/ MDB Open File Tool
· Launch the Microsoft Access application, but do not try to open the corrupted MDB file.· Go to "Tools" in the top menu bar, expand the "Database Utilities" submenu and select the "Compact and Repair Database" option if you are using Access 2002 or 2003. If you are using Access 2007 or 2010, you can find the "Compact and Repair Database" option by clicking the Microsoft Office button and going to the "Manage" menu.· Highlight the MDB file that you want to restore and click the "Compact" button.· Enter a name for a new database file, which will contain the restored data from the damaged MDB file.· Navigate to the location on your hard drive where you want to save the restored version of the file.· Click the "Save" button. Access will now compact and repair the MDB file and save a restored version in the location you selected.

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Apr 15, 2019


1. open access. 2. From file menu select open => select the location of .mdb file and while selecting open option you notice a small triangle. Click that triangle and select open exclusive. after file opening go to database tools and select set database password. give the password and save it. Thats the procedure

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019


Use data filter option in Excel to get data filtered as per your requirement & copy and paste into you access database

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Oct 21, 2017


You say corrupt, in what way exactly? Do you get any specific error numbers/messages?

Have you tried Access repair program? Compact and Repair. If not, use it. But ensure that you made a backup, it is necessary because all the recovery tips can make the damage even worse.

Also try Jet Compact Utility. This tool created by Microsoft and it is much like Compact and Repair, but more successful in repairing.

If no one of above advice helps, then perhaps you need more powerful solution. In this case try to run a good third-party. I would recommend Recovery Toolbox for Access. It must help you. https://access.recoverytoolbox.com/

Microsoft Access... | Answered on May 04, 2017


ou can try to use third party Access recovery utility to restore your lost and damaged data from .mdb files. For more details about this software:-
Access File Recovery

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Nov 10, 2015


Don't hope for that! It's illegal.
How? - "free" word in your sentence.

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Apr 27, 2013


Have you considered just buying something like the "Haynes Repair Manuals" on CD ROM or another similar program? there are plenty good ones out there already, myself I usually prefer Haynes.

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Sep 24, 2012


Create a Form from the main table with a subform based on the other data you will want populated. You put the fields in the subform that you want populated from the main form. Go to the properties for the subform and select the data tab, In the data tab, select the Link Master Fields and choose the field you want linked. When you type the ID number in the main form, the other firlds you have in hte subform should populate from the data inthe table.

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Oct 16, 2010


I would need more info to be certain, but it sounds like you need to

a. remove the link

b. in a server domain, remove the permissions of those improperly accessing

or
c. password protect it

Hope this helps.

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Apr 03, 2010


"The Microsoft Jet Database Engine cannot open the file '(unknown)'"There are several causes for this error message:
  • The account that Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) is using (which is usually IUSR) does not have the correct Windows NT permissions for a file-based database or for the folder that contains the file.
  • The file and the data source name are marked as Exclusive.
  • Another process or user has the Access database open.
  • The error may be caused by a delegation issue. Check the authentication method (Basic versus NTLM), if any. If the connection string uses the Universal Naming Convention (UNC), try to use Basic authentication or an absolute path such as C:\Mydata\Data.mdb. This problem can occur even if the UNC points to a resource that is local to the IIS computer.
  • This error may also occur when you access a local Microsoft Access database that is linked to a table where the table is in an Access database on a network server.
Resolution
  • Check the permissions on the file and the folder. Make sure that you have the ability to create and/or destroy any temporary files. Temporary files are usually created in the same folder as the database, but the file may also be created in other folders such as the WINNT folder. For additional information about how to identify which folder does not have the correct permissions and how to configure temporary files, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 253604 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/253604/ ) Microsoft Access 97 database connectivity fails in Active Server Pages If you use a network path to the database (UNC or mapped drive), check the permissions on the share, the file, and the folder.
  • Verify that the file and the data source name (DSN) are not marked as Exclusive.
  • The "other user" may be Microsoft Visual InterDev. Close any Visual InterDev projects that contain a data connection to the database.
  • Simplify. Use a System DSN that uses a local drive letter. If necessary, move the database to the local drive to test.
  • Follow the instructions in the following article to work around this problem: 189408 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/189408/ ) FIX: ASP fails to access network files under IIS 4.0 and IIS 5.0

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Oct 16, 2009


You cam visit this link to see the detailed functions available in Ms Access 2003. See if this has the function you want...:)

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access/HP011359591033.aspx

All the best.

Regards,
Shrey

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Oct 13, 2009


Hey everyone, I was able to fix my problem using the following:

filnam = Me![Text2]
Set objFile = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set objText = objFile.OpenTextFile(filnam)
Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("FlatFileImport")
once = False
If Not IsNull(Me.Text2) Then filnam = Me.Text2
Open filnam For Binary As #1
Do While Not objText.AtEndOfStream
strTextLine = objText.Readline
Data = Split(strTextLine, ",")
If once Then
rs.AddNew
rs.Fields(1) = Data(0) 'Site ID
rs.Fields(2) = Data(1) 'Client ID
rs.Fields(3) = Data(2) 'Client Name
rs.Fields(4) = Data(3) 'DDA Account
rs.Fields(5) = Data(4) 'Process Date
rs.Fields(6) = Data(5) 'Good Checks Singles
rs.Fields(7) = Data(6) 'Good Checks Stubs
rs.Fields(8) = Data(7) 'Good Checks Partial
rs.Fields(9) = Data(8) 'Good Stubs Partial
rs.Fields(10) = Data(9) 'Good Checks Multi
rs.Fields(11) = Data(10) 'Good Stubs Multi
rs.Fields(12) = Data(11) 'Check Only Checks
rs.Fields(13) = Data(12) 'Check Only Stubs
rs.Fields(14) = Data(13) 'Check And List Stubs
rs.Fields(15) = Data(14) 'Check And List Checks
rs.Fields(16) = Data(15) 'Suspense Checks
rs.Fields(17) = Data(16) 'Suspense Stubs
rs.Fields(18) = Data(17) 'Correspondence
rs.Fields(19) = Data(18) 'Envelopes
rs.Fields(20) = Data(19) 'Express Mail
rs.Fields(21) = Data(20) 'Lookup Stubs
rs.Fields(22) = Data(21) 'Online Lookups
rs.Fields(23) = Data(22) 'Stubs Only
rs.Fields(24) = Data(23) 'StopFile Hits
rs.Fields(25) = Data(24) 'SLC
rs.Fields(26) = Data(25) 'SL2
rs.Fields(27) = Data(26) 'MICR Scanline
rs.Fields(28) = Data(27) 'KeyStrokes Correspondence
rs.Fields(29) = Data(28) 'Keystrokes SLC
rs.Fields(30) = Data(29) 'Keystrokes SL2
rs.Fields(39) = Data(38) 'Exception Queue
rs.Fields(40) = Data(39) 'COA Queue


'IMAGE ARCHIVE ITEMS
rs.Fields(41) = Data(40) 'Image Archive Reports
rs.Fields(42) = Data(41) 'Image Archive Storage

'BATCHES PROCESSED
rs.Fields(43) = Data(42) 'Batches Processed

'ARC ITEMS
rs.Fields(44) = Data(43) 'Low Speed ARC Attempts
rs.Fields(45) = Data(44) 'High Speed ARC Attempts
rs.Fields(46) = Data(45) 'Low Speed ARC Converted
rs.Fields(47) = Data(46) 'High Speed ARC Converted

'ICL ITEMS
rs.Fields(48) = Data(47) 'ICL Attempts
rs.Fields(49) = Data(48) 'ICL Converted
rs.Fields(50) = Data(49) 'ICL Non-Conforming images

'RETURN ITEMS
rs.Fields(51) = Data(50) 'Auto Returns
rs.Fields(52) = Data(51) 'Returned Items

'POSITIVE POST (CDM) ITEMS
rs.Fields(53) = Data(52) 'Positive Post Checks
rs.Fields(54) = Data(53) 'Positive Post Stubs

'REMOTE PAYMENT CAPTURE ITEMS
rs.Fields(55) = Data(54) 'Remote Payment Single Checks
rs.Fields(56) = Data(55) 'Remote Payment Single Stubs
rs.Fields(57) = Data(56) 'Remote Payment Multi Checks
rs.Fields(58) = Data(57) 'Remote Payment Multi Stubs
rs.Fields(59) = Data(58) 'Remote Payment Check Only Checks
rs.Fields(60) = Data(59) 'Remote Payment Check Only Stubs
rs.Fields(61) = Data(60) 'Remote Payment Check & List Checks
rs.Fields(62) = Data(61) 'Remote Payment Check & List Stubs

'DOLLAR DEPOSTIED & PP CORRO REJECT ITEMS
rs.Fields(71) = Data(70) 'Dollars Deposited
rs.Fields(72) = Data(71) 'PP Corro Rejects



rs.Update
End If

once = True
MyLine = ""
MyLine = MyLine & ch
MyLocation = Loc(1)
Loop
MsgBox " File has been successfully imported! "
Close #1 ' Close file.
rs.Close
'close and erase the file from memory
objText.Close
Set objText = Nothing
Set rs = Nothing

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Sep 09, 2009


Please make sure that the other user has a read/write permission to the database. Make sure also that the ip address being used by the users are allowed to access the database.

If you could also give more info regarding this, it will make the resolution faster. I am pertaining to error logs etc.

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Aug 24, 2009


if the form "products" really exists, then your office 2007 security settings are not allowing to load macros. Try the following settings:-

Office 2007 has some security settings disabled by default to prevent any harm to your system.

go to trustcenter settings(click the office button at the top left of the office 2007 screen then click Access options, then select Trustcenter, then click trustcenter settings.)
In trustcenter settings, select message bar then select "Show the message bar in all applications when content is blocked" radio button.

Then from macro settings ,make sure to select "Disable all macros with notification" . Click ok twice to close the settings windows and try opening the file again.

Good Luck

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Aug 12, 2009


A bound object is an object displayed within a field of a record in a table. Access can display the object in a form or print it on a report. A Bound object is bound to an OLE object data type field in a table. If you use a bound object in a form, you can add and edit pictures record by record.
An Unbound object is not stored in a table, it is placed on the form or report. An Unbound object control is the equivalent of a label control. To display the object for each record, you must place that field in the Details section of the form or report. Does this help?

Microsoft Access... | Answered on Jun 01, 2009


In the Design view for your form element (eg textbox), go to the Data Tab. Look at the options for:
Input Mask, Validation Rule and Validation Text. You can use any combination of these to force a user to enter something in the field. If you just want to check that the contents of the element has a non-zero length, then you can write an event (Events tab) to check the length of the values entered. If 0, then throw a message box and re-focus the cursor on the textbox.

Microsoft Access... | Answered on May 19, 2009

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