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Access 2000 VS Access 2010 Database replication
I have two machines at work. One running XP and Access 2000 the other running Windows 7 and Access 2010. My databases are in 2000 format and 2010 can open them and change the contents without a problem.
I have VB6 front end for the databases, 3 of which are replicated.
I have tried synching, in a test directory, using 2010 and the VB6 apps were able to read them. I also tried creating the replicates using 2010 and synching them with no problem and the VB6 apps and Access 200 were able to read them.
My question is: Can an Access 2000 replicated database be synched using Access 2010 under Windows 7?
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