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#1 kevin303

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Posted 17 May 2012 - 12:00 PM

I currently have M$ Access and MySQL Workbench on my computer. Unfortunately M$ Access cannot link all of the tables I need it to. I get the error message of "There are too many indexes on the table..."

I like the Design View in Access because I can drag-n-drop between views to create joins, but the two tables I cannot connect, are the ones I use to build queries the most. Workbench can connect to all of the tables, but it does not have the graphical interface to drag-and-drop like Access.

Does anyone know of a good (preferably free) MySQL query tool?

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