It uses SaveAsText to dump each object to a text file, then runs through the text file and removes stuff that could have gotten messed up with Name AutoCorrupt, the printer data, and the controls added by 2010. You can then use the same tool to try to import the text files (LoadFromText) into a new blank database that has AutoCorrupt turned off. I originally wrote the utility to fix Name AutoCorrupt issues, but expanded it to try to deal with the new controls that 2007 doesn't recognize.
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