I have an Access 2000 MDB file. The tables are pretty
much vanilla. In Access, one of the tables has column
headings ID, CNumber, Date, etc. In your "gmdb" tool,
the columns are shifted. That is, if I open the table
and view it, the ID column has garbage, the CNumber
column has the date, the Date column has the next
column over, etc. It exports this way as well. The "ID"
column is an index that Access inserts -- probably
binary, although in Access, it displays as a serial number.
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