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It appears you cannot directly convert Microsoft Access databases (.accdb, .mbd) to OpenOffice alternative (.odb files). It is not even possibly to open Access files in Base (both OoO and Libre), only connect MS Access database through wizard.

When you connect to a foreign database using 3rd party tool, you can edit the data just fine, but you will keep them in original format.

Some users were partially successful by dragging tables from a connected Access database to a newly created ODB database. For best help, it would be wise to check Base forums.

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.


Additional links: accdb file extension details, odb file extension details


An accdb file extension is used by Microsoft Access from version 2007 for its main database format. A previous binary format had mdb file extension instead. Access is one of the most used personal database management systems.


An odb file extension is related to ArcView, a program for viewing and edit GIS data. An .odb file stores object database ASCII file format.

An odb file extension is related to OpenDocument database format used by OpenOffice.org Base application. An (ODF) is an open XML-based document file format for office applications to be used for documents containing text, spreadsheets, charts, and graphical elements.

Files with odb extension can also be found as binary output files from Abaqus/CAE simulation software.


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