How to organize 50+ tables in MS Access

shanmac

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Is it possible to create subfolders for tables in Access? I have a ridiculous amount of tables to deal with and I am constantly adding to them. Is it possible to create a subfolder so I can group them by subject?
 

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I don't know of anyway to do that.:)

Why do you have so many tables anway?
 

shanmac

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I don't know of anyway to do that.:)

Why do you have so many tables anway?

Well, it's a massive amount of data and it was given to me in this form by my company's data warehouse.

Hopefully someone knows of a solution....
 

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Could you give some more information about the data?

Whenever I hear of people working with this amount of tables I get to thinking there could be better ways to handle it.
 

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