Have you been eyeing a Microsoft Access database that has a
table whose structure you would like to use to create a table in another
database? If so, you should consider copying the table structure because it
could save you a massive amount of time when you go to create a new database.
To copy the table structure, follow these steps:
the existing table name in the Database Window of the original database
and click Copy.
the database Window and open your new database.
Objects, click Tables. Then, right-click the database Window and click
a name for the new table, choose Structure Only,
and then click OK.
When you open the new table in Design view, it will have the
exact same table structure as the original. Now you can now make any changes to
the table structure to customize it to fit your needs.
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