Originally Posted by Micron
you are aware that attachments in Access tables can cause you to quickly reach the db size limit? Often the better method is to store the attachment file path in a table and just let the user call it from some user action such as a button click. The file or folder picker is all that's needed to store/retrieve files and store the path.
The attachments are image files that need to be included printed documents that are sent with shipments. It works, except for the annoyance that you need to edit attachments in the original database.