Command Button to Browse and open a different Access Database

djredden73

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I have a form, and I want a Command Button that once clicked has the user browse for a different Database and open it. Is that possible?
 

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xenou

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Hi,
It's bad idea because you really should never be working in two Access applications at the same time. You can always connect two databases - but you do that by linking tables, not by "opening different databases".
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