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Save as mdb instead of accdb

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Im running the Beta of Office 2010, and noticed that Access can only save as a 2007 Access Document.

I was wondering if theres anyway of saving as a mdb (formats below 2007 I think, for office 2003 etc) or is it just better to use some converter?

Thanks in advance
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You might have a tough time trying to find a converter if my fruitless searching is anything to go by.

In September 2009 I read many forums where the only solution was to install a copy of Access 2007, load the new-format database file into that and save it in the old format.
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