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2007 Access - Record too large

2007 Access - Record too large
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I have a database that currently is 300M. Periodically, I get a Record is too large error. The information I have seen on the web generally say that the limit for a row is 2K, limit for a column is 255 (change to Memo). However, when I get the error (visual basic program), I compact and repair the data base and rerun the same process that caused the error and the problem does not recur. So it seems it is none of the above problems
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