'No tables found in database access' error while trying to import Access data.

'No tables found in database access' error while trying to import Access data.

This error occurs because it is necessary to have the Microsoft Access Database Engine installed, which contains a series of components that facilitate the transfer of information between files of Office for the other applications.

For the installation of these components, you must download the version below corresponding to your MS Access:


MS Access 2007 or earlier.


MS Access 2010 or later.

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