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Old January 26th, 2016, 02:40 PM
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Linked tables

Hello everybody.
I have a subject to present to you about linked tables on Access 2013 or 2010. The situation is as follows: On the computer of the final user I divide the database into the front end and the back end and everything works well. However, when I try to open the front end on my own computer (or another), I'm not able to do this. The initial Access window appears (it asks me if I want to create a new database or create from the templates). It does not give me the opportunity to relink the linked tables. Is this normal?. Can you give me some feedback?.
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Linked tables

To create a table in Excel
1. In the Excel window, select the data that you want to format as a table.
2. On the Home tab, click Format as Table, and then select a table style. Be sure to select My table has headers.
3. Name the table, as described in the next procedure.
To rename a table in Excel
In the Excel window, under Table Tools, on the Design tab, in the Properties group, type a name for the table.
To create the linked table in Excel
1. In the Excel window, select the table that you created.
2. On the PowerPivot tab, in the Excel Data group, click Create Linked Table.
3. A new table is inserted into the PowerPivot window and the table is displayed. The data in that table is linked to the selected table in Excel and can be edited in Excel but not in the PowerPivot window.

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