N/APosted on - 05/02/2013
I am having a number of Microsoft Access documents that I would like to use, but in a different file system. They are about 1000 documents and I would like to convert all of them to KML document formats. Which Microsoft Access to KML converter will be best fitted for this task? Thanks a bunch for your assistance.
Which Microsoft Access to KML converter is there for small projects?
1000 documents are quite many and the problem is further complicated by them being in different file systems. I recommend that you use the KMLCSV 2.2 converter. To use it, first make your .accdb file extensions to a .csv file by saving your database as an Excel file; this option is available in the Office “save as” menu option. Once in .csv format, you can now convert the file into a KML file by using the tool.