Microsoft Access supports the SILK (Microsoft Symbolic Link Format) so it should be able to use the data from it to create a database which can be saved in one of the Access formats, including the ACCDP project.
Convert Microsoft Excel Symbolic Link format file to Microsoft Access 2007/2010 project file.
We found one software available in the database for this conversion.
Microsoft Windows software - convert silk to accdp on Windows
A relational database management system from Microsoft Office
Convert from silk file format
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