By Richard Rost 2 years ago
Archiving Old Data in your Microsoft Access Database
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I will show you how to archive old records to a backup table. We'll use an append query and a delete query to move them.
Iris in Garland, Texas (a Platinum Member) says: I've split my database, and I have contacts in a file all on their own, but I've got a ton of them and I'm approaching the 2 GB limit on file size. I don't want to delete them, but I don't know what to do here. Help.
Members will learn how to detect if a customer has archived contacts when you open up the contact form, and we'll make a button to switch back and forth between them.
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