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Convert Microsoft Access database to Microsoft Access report shapshot.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

The only way to produce Access report snapshot (.snp) from a .mdb file, would be a version of Access prior 2010 and use the default snapshoting function to produce .snp. You cannot do that in latest versions of MS Access. 

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A popular relational database management system for Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Access is sold as stand-alone application, or as a part of Microsoft Office suite Professional edition and higher. Access uses own database format, to build databases, based on Jet Database Engine and also can import databases created by other applications.

Common file extensions for Access databases are accdb and mdb (previous MS Access versions).

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Convert from mdb file

Yes, Microsoft Access supports mdb file conversion as a source file type.YesYesmdb editorYesYesYesNo

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