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Chapter 15. USING API CALLS TO EXTEND THE POWER OF ACCESS

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API (application program interface) calls, sometimes also referred to as routines, are called from dynamic link libraries (.dll). These routines allow you to expand the power that Access already gives you in the VBA programming language.

One example of using an API call would be when you need to connect to a share on a network programmatically. Although you can't do this with VBA, ...

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