If you are using Access 2000, you should get and install the
newest (version 2.6 or higher) Microsoft MDAC
Microsoft Data Access Components) from
https://www.microsoft.com/data/. This fixes a
bug in Access that when you export data to MySQL, the table
and column names aren't specified. Another way to work
around this bug is to upgrade to MyODBC 2.50.33 and MySQL
3.23.x, which together provide a workaround for the problem.
You should also get and apply the Microsoft Jet 4.0 Service
Pack 5 (SP5) which can be found at
This fixes some cases where columns are marked as
#DELETED# in Access.
Note: If you are using MySQL 3.22, you must apply the MDAC
patch and use MyODBC 2.50.32 or 2.50.34 and up to work
around this problem.