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If a primary key is part of a relationship, you can’t change the primary key in that table to another field without first deleting the relationship.

To change primary keys in a table where its primary key is part of a relationship, you must first open the Relationships window and delete the relationship before Access will allow you to change the primary key to another field in that table.

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