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Access says a relationship exists when there are non - help!

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Jen N, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Jen N

    Jen N
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    In MS Access, I am trying to change the data type of a field from number to
    text. However, Access says I cannot do it because there is a relationship
    set up. I have deleted all relationships, restarted several times and
    fiddled a lot, yet Access keeps saying that I have a relationship and won't
    let me change the data type. If anyone can help, it would be much
    appreciated. thanks!
     
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  3. KARL DEWEY

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    Click on TOOLS - Relationships and Show All. If it is not showing then use
    the TOOLS - Analyze - Documentor. Select your table and in Options select
    relations. Also in queries select all and in Options select relations.

    "Jen N" wrote:

    > In MS Access, I am trying to change the data type of a field from number to
    > text. However, Access says I cannot do it because there is a relationship
    > set up. I have deleted all relationships, restarted several times and
    > fiddled a lot, yet Access keeps saying that I have a relationship and won't
    > let me change the data type. If anyone can help, it would be much
    > appreciated. thanks!
     

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