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Default Accessing OneNote 2010 from Access 2010

Ok here is what I am trying to do. I am attempting to open One Notes and use the Insert Scanner Printout and then save the printout as .png from access. So far my progress consists of opening up One Note via Shell command and attempting to use send keys to navigate through to the Insert Scanner printout (this part doesnt work). I need to do this programmically so I can scan a document and save electronically, then update the database with the information of the document ( Location, Name, Etc.) , there is a lot of documents to be done and I want to get to a point where I can hit a button and it scans and automatically logs the info (this a future function, right now I am on the scan part). Is there a way to access the One Note ribbon or other menu commands from Access VBA ?
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I would use OneNote Automation to remote control OneNote form Access with VBA.

See: OneNote 2010 Developer Reference
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