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Introduction

Microsoft Office Access 2003 allows you to incorporate information from a variety of sources into a database and exchange information from a database into other sources. You can use the Access import and export features to easily move data between your database and other databases and programs.

When you get data from other sources, you have the choice to import the data into a new table or link an existing table of the data to the database. When you import data, Access converts and copies the data into the database file. When you link to the data in another program, the data stays separate from the Access database. You can import data or link to data from several sources, including Microsoft Access, other databases (such as Paradox), HTML (a standard Web format), Microsoft Office Excel, Microsoft Exchange, and Microsoft Office Outlook.


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