DBF to MDB (Access) 2.40

"DBF to MDB (Access)" snapshot

The DBF to MDB (Access) program allows you to convert your dbf files to MDB (Microsoft Access) format. MDB format is the most frequently used format, but sometimes Access is unable to open DBF files or damages them.

Advertising
Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server/95/98
Publisher:
WhiteTown Software
Price:
$29.95
File size:
1.45 Mb
Date added:
October 19, 2012
Screenshot:
Product page:
Description from the Publisher
The DBF to MDB (Access) program allows you to convert your dbf files to MDB (Microsoft Access) format. MDB format is the most frequently used format, but sometimes Access is unable to open DBF files or damages them. Besides, MS Access does not understand long Character fields (more than 255 characters). The DBF to MDB (Access) program decides these problems. The program supports dBase III, dBase IV, FoxPro, VFP and dBase Level 7 formats.
Users reviews & testimonials

This software is not reviewed yet.

Advertising
Other downloads from this publisher

Convert your Excel, Access, DBF, CSV files to different formats with ease. Every converter works as a standalone application with the graphic interface or using a command line interface. Various options allow you to customize the output file.

MDB (Access) to CSV Converter allows you to convert your MDB (Microsoft Access) files to CSV format. The program can read both old MDB file and ACCDB 2007 files and convert then to CSV format.

The DBF to XML program allows you to convert your dbf files to XML (Extensible Markup Language) format. XML is a universal data format. It is convenient for a migration of information to a new platform.

The DBF to SQL program allows you to convert your dbf files to SQL script. You can apply this script on any SQL server, so you can easily transfer your data to a new system. The program supports command line interface.

The DBF to DBF program allows you to convert your dbf files from one format to another. The program supports dBase III, dBase IV, FoxPro, VFP and dBase Level 7 formats. Besides, you can choose BlockSize in memo fields and change codepage.