accosnr 22:43 15 Dec 2004

I have an old MS Works database file saved in .wdb format. I no longer have MS Works but do have Access 2003.

Anyone know how I can convert the old .wdb file so I can import and use it in Access?

  Muckle 23:01 15 Dec 2004

click here;EN-US;327147

  Muckle 23:03 15 Dec 2004

"click here;EN-US;327147"

  Graham ® 23:06 15 Dec 2004

It never does!

click here

  Muckle 23:07 15 Dec 2004

http ://;EN-US;327147

Remove the extra space after http

  Graham ® 23:08 15 Dec 2004

Hover to see the format.

  accosnr 23:06 16 Dec 2004

Thanks but have checked the site and the solution would seem OK if I still have MS Works database so I can save in a format compatible with Access (3000). Not so - I do not now have Works and the file was saved in wdb format. Any other suggestions would be much appreciated.

  Graham ® 09:59 17 Dec 2004

You will have to save the database, using (someone elses) Works, in a format that Access recognises:

click here

If you wish, I could do that for you. Email me using the yellow envelope beside my name.

  accosnr 20:49 19 Dec 2004

Muckle and Graham.
Thanks for your help. Problem solved - found someone with Works who saved in dBase format for me. Cheers.

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