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Message Posted: Wed, 14 Jan 2004 @ 19:56:05 GMT
If it suddenly happened my guess would be that either the database got corrupted or someone upgraded it to a later version of Microsoft Access.
In the first case you may be able to repair it using the 'Tools, Compact History ' menu.
In the second case you would have to open it in the 'new' version of MS Access and then save it in the old format.
Another alternative (if it is the second case) would be to upgrade to a newer version of Queryman (now called SQL Assistant) that can handle the newer database format.
Queryman 5.2 / 6.0 use JET 3.5 (Access 97) SQL Assistant 6.1 / 6.2 use JET 4.0 (Access 2000)
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