I dont know how to open mdb file, help me

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Hello experts,

I was removing unnecessary files from my download folder. I encountered with a file which I never downloaded or used. It is MDB file and I am searching how to open MDB file. I double click on it, No program opens this file. Please help me, Should I delete this file or not?

May I have to open and check this file before deletion.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #166674

I dont know how to open mdb file, help me

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Here's how you can properly open MDB files :

1. Launch Microsoft Access by clicking its program icon in your programs list or by double-clicking its desktop icon, if it's one.

2. Click "File" and "Open." this may state the Open File window.

3. Navigate to the placement of your .mdb file, click on that and click on "Open." Access can load your info, the .mdb file, and you'll be able to browse or perform operations on the information inside.

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I dont know how to open mdb file, help me

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I suppose you install Microsoft access on your computer so as to access the .mdb file. Because that is a Microsoft access database file format.

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I dont know how to open mdb file, help me

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If you are using Microsoft Office Access then you should not delete the MDB file you found. An MDB file is a database file used by Microsoft Office Access. It is Microsoft Office Access’ own file format based on the Access Jet Database Engine. Microsoft Office Access can also import or link data from other applications like Microsoft Office Excel, text, XML, SharePoint lists, Microsoft Office Outlook, and HTML.

The MDB file can also be opened with OpenOffice.org, Softpedia MDB Converter, SAS Institute SAS, Wolfram Mathematica, and Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. The MDB file can be converted to CSV (.csv) or text (.txt) formats using an MDB Converter so the file can be opened by other applications.

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