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Import Objects with VBA

Import Objects with VBA
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Normally, Tables, Queries or other objects from another database can be imported manually by selecting Import from Get External Data option from File menu. But this can be achieved through VB Code too and this question, HOW TO? is raised in Microsoft Access Users Forums and I thought it is useful to those who look for this solution. Hence, I present the Code here for importing Tables, Queries and Forms separately. The next method imports all Tables from a Source database into the active database except the Microsoft Access System Tables .
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