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Compacting and repairing the database

Compacting and repairing the database: Access 2013 Essential Training
Compacting and repairing the database: Access 2013 Essential Training

As you continue working with your database, Microsoft Access will keep a growing log of any changes you make. Additionally, if you choose to delete an object or a group of records, the file space that was used by the deleted items will not be returned immediately. This can sometimes cause your database to run slowly. By compacting and repairing the database, you are able to reclaim space and tidy up log files. This video will teach you how to do just that.

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