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Access 97 - 2003 and TAPI

Thank you in advance. I'm trying to take Access 97 through 2003 that I have and
allow it to use TAPI functions to capture caller ID on a Caller ID enabled
modem, so I can keep a record of all incoming calls, when my secretary clears
my caller ID on my phone system.

Any links or code would be greatly appreciated. I figure three tables:

1st Table, Date only
2nd Table, Date, AreaCode, Phone Number, Time, Contact Name
3rd Table, AreaCode

Thanks again,

Nov 13 '05 #1
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