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How to connect to SQL server from Access

 

1. Open the pre-set Access.

2. Click File>Connection...

 

 

3. In the Data Link Properties, select or type the SQL server name, username, password and database.

4. To make sure it  has a good connecting, click Test Connection.

 

 

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