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Access 97-2003 and TAPI

Any links of code to use Access 97 through 2003 would be greatly appreciated.

Nov 13 '05 #1
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On 04 Jan 2005 15:31:40 GMT, in comp.databases. ms-access you wrote:
Any links of code to use Access 97 through 2003 would be greatly appreciated.


There is a TAPI tutorial with vba and vb if you want to program it
yourself, at
though this refers to older versions (excel95, vb4) I expect it is all
still current.
There are various COM objects about also.
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