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Linking Microsoft Project and Microsoft Access.

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Firstly is it possible to take values from Project and use it to populate fields in access and secondly if it is does anyone have a tutorial? I can't appear to find anything online other then.

which appears force you to take all fields. I would like to populate existing fields with parts of the output if possible.

Jul 20 '07 #1
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Hey Damon

The only way I can think of doing this is with MS Project automation. I've never used it but the following should get you started. You will probably have to add a reference to the MS Project Library in your references list.

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  1. Dim ProjObj As MSProject.Application
  3. Set ProjObj = CreateObject("msproject.application")
  4. ProjObj.FileOpen "path to folder" & GetFilename, _
  5.   ReadOnly:=False
  6.   ProjObj.Visible = True
  8. Dim ActiveProject As MSProject.Project
  9. Set ActiveProject = ProjObj.ActiveProject
Jul 30 '07 #2

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