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Re: Lost data in Access 2002

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Roberta, Oct 27, 2005.

  1. Roberta

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    Sigh. Thanks.


    "Andrew Gabb" wrote:

    > Roberta wrote:
    > > I just started using Access 2002 and I seemed to have erased my table and
    > > can't access my data anymore. I was in Report Design Wizard and I clicked
    > > delete where it said Table1. Is there any way I can get my data back?

    > You need to restore it from a backup saved before you deleted it.
    > DB's don't generally have much of an 'undo' and it's fairly obvious
    > why in a multi-user environment.
    > What this means is that if you're making lots of changes, it's a
    > good idea to back up frequently. When I'm fiddling I usually back up
    > each half hour or so.
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Gabb
    > email: agabb@tpgi.com.au Adelaide, South Australia
    > phone: +61 8 8342-1021, fax: +61 8 8269-3280
    > -----
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