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ADP File Is Not In The Correct Format...


I have looked in several forums trying to find an answer to this question, but so far no solutions. I created an Access database (mdb) for stand-alone use. One of my users has used the database for quite some time, but when she recently tried to open it, she was shown the following error message:

"The ADP file is not in the correct format for a Microsoft Access project."

In all the forums in which I have found any information on this, they refer to a file created to relate to SQL. This is not the case...it is a straightforward Access (mdb) relational database that will no longer open.

I'm not sure how I am going to be able to repair the database if I can't get it to open. Any help on this matter would be appreciated. I do not have any idea what might have transpired to cause the problem.


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