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David Harder (6/25/2009)
I missed this also because I read the question. It says "What is the equivalent of 'text' data type in MS Access?"

Although the majority are getting it "correct" I also read it to mean the other direction. The question should have been worded something like "What is the MS Access equivalent to the SQL data type 'text'?"

There is not mention about normal text or large text. If it is normal sql data type "text" means MS access also same as "text". If it is large text means MS access data type is "Memo".

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