I've got a DB with Access (2000 format) but I am currently using a MS Access 2010 version. My concern is, the other day I realized that the DB has a local table called 'Paste Errors'. I've never created such table in my DB, but it was automatically created,
so I dont know which is the function of this table, I opened it and it shows only numbers...Therefore I want to know whether this table is needed or not, and why it appeared without any command..
Thanks in advance
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When you copy some data and paste them into a table in Access, some of the data might fail to be pasted because they don't have the correct size or format for the destination.
If that happens, Access will create a table named Paste Errors that contains details of the records that failed. Immediately after pasting, it can be worthwhile to see if such a table has been created, and if so to use it to find out what caused the problem.
After that, you can safely delete the Paste Errors table without adverse effects.