It should be quite possible to use Microsoft Symbolic Link files (*.silk) as a basis for making Microsoft Access databases. This can be either done in spreadsheet programs that support both formats, like Microsoft Excel, or with Microsoft Access itself.
Convert Microsoft Excel Symbolic Link format file to Microsoft Access main database.
We have found 2 software records in our database eligible for .silk to .accdb file format conversion.
Microsoft Windows software - convert silk to accdb on Windows
A relational database management system from Microsoft Office
Convert from silk file format
|Yes, Microsoft Access supports accdb file conversion as a target file type.||Yes||Yes||accdb editor||Yes||Yes||Yes||No|
The tables with software actions are a good pointer for what a certain program does with various file types and often may give users a good hint how to perform certain file conversion, for example the above-mentioned silk to accdb. However, it is not perfect and sometimes can show results which are not really usable because of how certain programs work with files and the possible conversion is thus actually not possible at all.
A popular spreadsheet application distributed with Microsoft Office suite