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It's counter intuitive, but I'd try using the PostgreSQL ANSI driver even for reading UTF-8 database. It often works where the Unicode one fails. Though in theory Access 2010 should not have this problem. Have you verified that the data looks okay via pgAdmin. It's possible the encoding of the file was not LATIN1 and might be win1252 or something else. ...

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