[mso] Re: Access 2002 normalizing a database

Are you using a "join" in any queries? I'm not sure these show up in
the relationships window.

Lisa

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> From: mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On
> Behalf Of DiMarco, Suzanne
> Sent: 04 November 2004 16:01
> To: 'mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
> Subject: [mso] Re: Access 2002 normalizing a database
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>
> Sounds good.  Do you know where I find the wizard?  Also,
> I'm trying to
> delete the primary key field (currently an autonumber
> field) in the table
> but when I do I get a message that says it can't delete the
> primary key
> because it's part of a relationship. I've gone into the
> Relationship Window
> and I removed any relationship this table has with other
> tables but it still
> won't let me delete the primary key.  Any thoughts??
>


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