Transfer of tables from MS word to MS access.

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how to transfer tables from MS word to MS access file in order to use it to create a database?

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Transfer of tables from MS word to MS access.

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MS office is very important tool for everyone, students and employee can make great use of this software.

They have got many god applications and the data from one software can be transferred from one to another.

Similarly in order to make database you can transfer data from word to access.

For detail and step wise procedure, Go to the following link.

This link contains stepwise procedure for transferring the file from one to other.

When you follow the step as told your table will be transferred.

Similarly the data other than the table can also be transfer in the same way and database can be saved.

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Transfer of tables from MS word to MS access.

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We can transfer a microsoft word documents contain tables into your microsoft access by doing this simple steps, first you need to be in microsoft word, there you can save the file as a comma-or-tab.then switch to microsoft access from there open an existing or new database, in the database click tables on the objects bar, after that on the file menu,open get external data,and then click import, in the files of type box,click text files  that you want to import then import it,just follow the instructions on the import text wizard dialogue box.

Remember to save as the new file so that you can open the microsoft word documents that contain tables into your microsoft access database

.On the microsoft access database you need to know the following details before you transfer anything to it, for examples,the database path and name,the access table name, and the table's field name and data type before you proceed to transfer microsoft word documents into your microsoft access database.

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