Have you emptied the trash bin? And as Brad mentioned it would be best
to experiment on a copy.

David VanHorn wrote:

> >
> >In an effort to fix this problem, I have deleted all but
> >two of the mechanical layers, and I still have the error.
> >I don't understand this.  I've been regularly saving all,
> >and the incremental amount I added since the last "save
> >all" is microscopic compared to the reduction of file size
> >by deleting all those mechanical layers.
> >
> >Any suggestions would be appreciated.  I'm getting a bit
> >nervous.
>
> In access, there's an option to compact and repair the database.
> That might help. It grows a fair bit on each manipulation.

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>M/S 278-100           Mechanical Engineering Section, 352
>4800 Oak Grove Dr.    NASA / Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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