Efficient Way to Fix Import Errors?

Dathan

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Oct 25, 2006
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Hi, I'm going to apologize in advance, I have very limited experience with MS Access. With that in mind ( :rolleyes: ), I have a question:

I'm importing a file into MS Access. After the import I get a message back and a seperate file containing "import errors" for approximately 60 out of 50k rows.

Other than manually going to each row and deleting it, is there an automated way to eliminate the rows that didn't import correctly?

Any insights will be appreciated, thanks. (y)
 

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babywong

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What kind of data is it? Is it both text/num and alphanumeric data fields?
 

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