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 Does OpenOffice create an MS Access 2007 format?

Answer According to OpenOffice, its Base program can connect to and access data from Access databases, but cannot create new Access database files or structures like tables, queries and forms within an ex... Read More »
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Does OpenOffice have an MS Access 2007 format?

Although OpenOffice can read most Microsoft Office 2007 files, as of July 2010, the OpenOffice database program cannot save files in .accdb format, which was the new file format introduced by Micro... Read More »
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How do I access MS Office 2007 files with OpenOffice?

Ensure you have OpenOffice 3.0 or later installed because earlier versions don't support Microsoft Office 2007 file formats. Right-click the document you want to open and select "OpenOffice," or ru... Read More »
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How to Format Time for Access 2007?

Dates and times can appear in many different ways in a document. The format of a date may be based on a specific writing format, a format that a company uses or how dates are typically written in a... Read More »
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How to Create a Subform in Access 2007?

Part of the Microsoft Office suite, Microsoft Access is a relational database management system that you can use to create charts, graphs and software applications. It is supported by Visual Basic ... Read More »
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