How to merge all MDB files

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Microsoft Access
I have more than 100 Access 2003 .MDB files and all the files have same structures and tables. I want to merge all to one MDB file.

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ASKED: March 22, 2013  4:47 PM
UPDATED: March 22, 2013  5:26 PM

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  • JohnKennedy
    You can do this in many ways. U can use SPSS to merge these files. In fact, It is the easiest method and simplest method so far.What you need to know about SPSS is that any variable MUST be defined the same way it applies in MS access or SQL Database. 1. Start ur Spss  2. Define your variables(the field in ur Database- that is, the name of field, the type, length etc) 3. Make sure that the primary key is sorted either DESC or ASC(i.e In SPSS>>Click Data>>Click Sort Cases. 4. Save both files(Spss files/Database files). <<<TO MERGE FILES>>> ON YOUR SPSS FILE>>click Data>>Merge Files>>Add variables
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