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USING AUTOMATION TO DRIVE ACCESS FROM MICROSOFT PROJECT

Driving Access from other Office applications is about as easy as manipulating Access objects from within Access itself. This chapter discusses how to drive Access from Project. To manipulate Access objects from any other application, you need to understand the Data Access Objects model (see Figure 13.13). When working with Access objects such as reports and forms, you will want to have a reference to the Microsoft Access 9.0 Objects Library. When you work with tables and queries, depending on whether you are using DAO or ADO, you will have a reference to either the Microsoft DAO 3.6 Object Library for DAO or one or more of the three libraries for ADO. For a list of these libraries, see ...

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