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26.1.11.4. The Structure or Location of a Linked Table has been Changed. Can I See Those Changes Locally in Linked Tables?

Yes. Use the following procedure to view or to refresh links when the structure or location of a linked table has changed. The Linked Table Manager lists the paths to all currently linked tables.

To view or refresh links:

  1. Open the database that contains links to tables.

  2. On the Tools menu, point to Add-ins (Database Utilities in Access 2000 or newer), and then click Linked Table Manager.

  3. Select the check box for the tables whose links you want to refresh.

  4. Click OK to refresh the links.

Microsoft Access confirms a successful refresh or, if the table wasn't found, displays the Select New Location of <table name> dialog box in which you can specify its the table's new location.If several selected tables have moved to the new location that you specify, the Linked Table Manager searches that location for all selected tables, and updates all links in one step.

To change the path for a set of linked tables:

  1. Open the database that contains links to tables.

  2. On the Tools menu, point to Add-ins (Database Utilities in Access 2000 or newer), and then click Linked Table Manager.

  3. Select the Always Prompt For A New Location check box.

  4. Select the check box for the tables whose links you want to change, and then click OK.

  5. In the Select New Location of <table name> dialog box, specify the new location, click Open, and then click OK.


 
 
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