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Microsoft Access Sample Code

Function for Creating a Linked - Attached Table

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Microsoft Access Sample Code

Function for Creating a Linked - Attached Table

In Access, you may find the need to link to tables. While Access has many great built-in features to allow this linking, sometimes you need to have a programmatic/dynamic way to accomplish this task through VBA. This function will allow you to create linked tables from the code in your Microsoft Access Database.

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