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Chapter 33. Access Essentials > Choosing the Right File Format

Choosing the Right File Format

With each new release of Access, Microsoft has changed the underlying file format. Access 2002 is no exception. If you create a new database using Access 2002, you might be confused by your file format options.

Access 2000 format is the default for all new databases. This option assumes that you will be using the database in a large organization where some users are still running Access 2000. This option allows all Access 2000/2002 users (with the correct permissions, of course) to modify the design and content of the database.


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