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Old 08-24-2011, 06:56 AM   #3
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Default Mixed data? Not really.

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The command prompt for Win7 is in pretty much the same place it's always been: Start | All Programs | Accessories

Or press Windows Key + R to get the RUN box and type your command into it or type CMD to get a command prompt.

Will Access know what to do with mixed tab delimited and csv data? You might need to convert the first line to CSV also.
I am creating the first line, so I can match it with the characteristics of the million line file. I have two of them, from different sources, with somewhat different characteristics. Thank you for the details. I am sometimes lost in Windows 7 when I should not be, it is enough like Windows XP Pro to find most things.
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