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I have an old Access database (32bit mdb) that I would like to keep but I have Access 2019 64bit. Is there some way to convert it to 64bit?

thanks, Marian

What I have tried:

I'm not much of a programmer, I am learning VBA. So I am looking for ideas.
Richard MacCutchan 3-Apr-21 3:58am
The content of your database should not need to be converted.
OriginalGriff 3-Apr-21 17:26pm
Posted as a solution by the OP:
"The database is protected. I bought it years ago from the guys that had the DataPig website. It is a file directory. I have tried to import the data several different ways, but with no success. I really heat to lose this program.
Marian Malone 3-Apr-21 20:49pm
Thanks so much for the assist. I wasn't paying attention to where I was on the page. I've got a bit of ADD? ;-)
OriginalGriff 4-Apr-21 2:03am
You're welcome!
It's easy to get confused by all the possibilities when you're new to a site. I do it all the time ... :sigh:

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